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Last year, they rarely visited the cottage. In the fall, they came to harvest the remains of the harvest and found that someone had eaten all the beets almost completely, although a couple of weeks earlier they still grew safely. On the remaining beets - rodent teeth marks. The bed is the most extreme to the forest. How to protect the crop next time? You won’t get a cat (rarely), the mousetraps are not for me, and you need to change them regularly. Interested in humane ways.
Hello. Try to scatter wood ash near the beds that are extreme to the forest. It causes irritation in rodents when they taste it. After that they must leave.