How do you protect your vegetable garden against vermin?
When I say vermin I mean rats or mice and birds. These animals could be introduced pests or native birds. With grubs, snails, beetles etc there are natural remedies that you can use, but how do you combat the larger animals like rats or mice, and even birds which love to eat your vegetables and fruit?
You can try some easy tips to keep rabbits and other pests out of your garden. Rabbits and other garden pests can really do a number on your vegetables and even your flowers. Every year I start out strong with great intentions, tons of seedlings,... read more
by Dorothy Cooper 5 years ago
Do you grow a vegetable garden?Please indicate your area and what you grow and what grows best with the most production and are easiest to maintain.
by Thomas Byers 14 months ago
Do you grow a vegetable garden for you and your family?Why not take a portion of your yard and grow a vegetable garden. Consider sharing the surplus with your local homeless shelter or seniors in your area. If we all did this we could truly change the world. We could help to feed hungry people...
by Linda Crampton 6 years ago
What are some good plants for an indoor vegetable garden and what care do they need?
by Brian Dooling 6 years ago
What do you plant first in your vegetable garden every year?With all this warm weather I was wondering what people plant first in their gardens? I plant some lettuce but looking for new ideas!
by anne manning 6 years ago
What can I do to get my raised vegetable garden filled with compost to produce well?I have a raised veg garden just over i/2 metre in height. It was constructed last Nov & filled with compost from the local landfill compost plant. I planted it & have been very disappointed in the...
by Inventurist 6 years ago
Do you plant a vegetable garden?I started planting a raised bed garden two years ago. Now I look so forward to my first harvest (and so do my neighbors). I used railroad ties - two long, one deep - to make the shape, filled the bed with mulch, soil, and worms. This year - strawberries, tomatoes,...
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