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Originally posted by mistressofspices
Well, you shot down my first two ideas. The next best thing to do is set traps. I would check with the person who coordinates the community garden to see what is allowed. They might not want poison (like Decon) or traps other than Have-a Heart, in case small children are in the community garden.
Originally posted by Helig
Might want to look into Marigolds, I've heard that they have a smell that will repel some animals, not sure if that includes rabbits or not. Another less desireable option would be mothballs, however thats likely not something you want to look into since you prefer organic approaches. You could also try trapping them however then you would have to figure out how to dispose of said captured garden looter.
Originally posted by SpaDe_
My grandmother used to sprinkle clippings of human hair around her garden to deter rabbits, and I must say that it worked pretty well. You can also sprinkle a small amount of boric acid or blood meal around the outside of the garden and get similar results.
Originally posted by kitos
reply to post by asmeone2
Get some cheep garden hose that is green with a yellow stripe on it. Cut it up into snake lenghts and lay it around and in your garden. Also get a fake killer owl and put it on a post close to your garden.
Or buy a male cat and let it go in the garden pre dawn and dusk.
But a rabbit fence works the best.
Cheers and good luck.