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Re: Rabbit Problems

PostPosted: Tue Jun 23, 2015 7:36 am
by twister
How to Keep Deer & Rabbits Out of the Garden : Natural Pest Control
I don't think these tricks would work for desperately hungry desert rabbits and hanging trash from the trees would ruin the garden aesthetic as far as I'm concerned!
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Re: Rabbit Problems

PostPosted: Wed Oct 07, 2015 6:45 pm
by CactusHugger
Rabbits cause 'tripping hazards', divide small town
You think you have rabbit problems? Just wait until you see what this town is dealing with!

Re: Rabbit Problems

PostPosted: Thu Apr 21, 2016 7:44 am
by panamint_patty
There have been more rabbits around this last week or so. It would appear that the abundant spring foraging out in the desert is coming to an end and that the dry summer months are rapidly approaching, which means plenty of hungry bunnies hopping around and munching on whatever plants are growing in yards around town.

Re: Rabbit Problems

PostPosted: Mon Jul 04, 2016 12:26 pm
by ergot
Rabbit Problems?
Try nightmares!

Re: Rabbit Problems

PostPosted: Thu Jan 19, 2017 9:41 am
by panamint_patty
With all the rain we've been getting there should be plenty for rabbits to eat in the months to come. Hopefully they won't be spoiling anyone's gardens for at least until the summer! Of course, a surplus of food could mean a surplus of baby bunnies which could be bad come summer or the next drought, but until then rabbits should be considerably less of a problem. Hopefully.

Re: Rabbit Problems

PostPosted: Sun Jul 29, 2018 8:12 am
by tronagirl
Rabbit Controls: Controlling bunnies with fences, repellents and other techniques
Rabbits get desperate during the summer! They'll eat just about anything!
For nature-friendly gardeners, the ideal solution to wildlife problems is peaceful coexistence. The challenge with rabbits is to simply keep them from eating the things you don't want them to eat. This requires more brains than brawn. So as with any counterintelligence effort, let's start by getting to know the other guy.

https://www.gardeners.com/how-to/rabbit-control-in-the-garden/5465.html

Re: Rabbit Problems

PostPosted: Mon Jul 01, 2019 11:32 am
by CactusHugger
The 16 Most Common Poisonous Plants for Dogs
They may be poisonous to dogs, but they probably have no effect on rabbits! So, here's the list: sago palm, tomato plant, aloe vera, ivy, amaryllis, gladiola, American holly, daffodil, baby's breath, milkweed, castor bean, azalea, tulip, chrysanthemum, begonia, oleander.
https://www.ccspca.com/blog-spca/education/poisonous-plants-for-dogs/