Egg Deer RepellantDeer don't like eggs! This recipe is easy to make and fairly inexpensive, it calls for 18 eggs. You can also make small batches.
Protecting Apple Trees From DeersIn the fall, deer will nibble the upcomming buds off the apple trees, ruining the tree and the new to be fruits. For tomato cages, I use a medium weight wire fence with approx. 3 inch openings, very flexible.
Liquid Fence Deer and Rabbit Repellent ReviewI have used Liquid Fence for deer for the past 5 yrs. It works great lasts forever, but beware, it stinks. Most higher end stores carry it, not Wal-Mart or Lowe's.
Frighten Deer with Plastic BagsTo keep deer out of your vegetable garden and off of your fruit trees,place white plastic grocery bags on the fence at intervals. The white bags will blow in the wind and the deer will not enter.
Add Fabric Strips to Fence To Keep Pests OutLast year, I had difficulty with deer, wild turkeys, and our free range chickens getting into my garden, even though we have a 6 foot fence surrounding the whole area. The would jump or fly over and nibble away, eating whatever they felt like.
Use Soap Pieces For Deer ControlTo keep deer from eating on trees or bushes in the winter, hang a half bar of Zest soap in a net bag tied on a branch. Tthe deer will stay away.
Protecting Plants from Deer and RabbitsIt's that time of year again when rabbits and deer are looking for some succulent plants to chew on. We have plenty of them in our neighborhood and their favorite foods are tulips, lilies, and hostas. I discovered the best repellent that actually works!
Homemade Deer/Rabbit RepellentBlend 1 egg and 1 cup water. Pour into a quart pistol grip spray bottle. Fill to top with water, adding 1 tsp. dish soap. Set in sun for a few days until putrified. Spray plants that the animals love to eat.
Keep Deer Out of Your GardenDo you live in the country and have deer eating the plants out of your garden? Sprinkle hair and crush egg shells on your garden. The hair will taste bad to the deer.