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Re: something is eating my veggies!

Do you have woodchucks - groundhogs - whatever you call them?
They totally devoured my garden last year.  We thought we were
fenced, with chickenwire buried two feet down, but they found
a place where the old wire had rusted away. We tried several
times to fix it, but they got through each time.  Totally frustrating.
Hope you can get a better fix than we did
In a message dated 1/6/2009 1:27:36 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
macycat3@sbcglobal.net writes:

Ok- so at first I thought it was slugs eating my new little brocolli 
plants.  Put down slug bait. No change.  Then my new little pea plants 
were getting the leaves eaten off too-  maybe some insane caterpiller 
than can live in the cold?  sprayed BT.  No change.  Then leaves off 
mature pea plants and lettuce and spinach.  Now I think it must be a 
4-legged animal.  But what???  I've never caught/seen anything out there 
at all, except for little house finch and white crowned sparrows.  But 
they don't eat plants, just bugs.  And it doesn't look like bird damage 
Any idea or suggestions are greatly appreciated.  At this rate, I may 
not get much to eat myself!!


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