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in Maintenance and Sustainability on Nov 30 at 1:56pm CST4 RepliesDo bunnies have predators that can access your garden? My great grandfather used a short fence...our iguanas have no natural predators in our ecosystem and are considered an invasive, non-native species...
in Maintenance and Sustainability on Nov 30 at 1:53pm CST4 RepliesBunnies...our gardens here in South Florida, the Keys actually, are constantly molested by iguanas! They love leafy greens and kohl plants. Barriers are seemingly the best defense and a line strung around the raised bed (a Keys necess...
in Maintenance and Sustainability on Nov 30 at 7:19am CST4 RepliesWhat a wonderful idea! So, we will celebrate the bunnies, hope for predators to come our way and work on wall designs. Thanks so much!
in Maintenance and Sustainability on Nov 30 at 6:44am CST4 RepliesHow disappointing! We're having the same issue and are hoping that a predator will appear. I also hope that by covering our beds with wire hoops and frost blankets we can prevent some of the nibbling.
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in Maintenance and Sustainability on Nov 29 at 2:50pm CST4 RepliesHi All!
I am hoping that you all have some suggestions for discouraging bunnies from eating our veggies. Any advice? We love them, but they are doing a ton of damage.
Thanks a bunch!
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