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Re: Rabbits

  • Subject: Re: Rabbits
  • From: NardaA@aol.com
  • Date: Wed, 20 Feb 2002 06:31:07 EST

In a message dated 2/19/02 1:16:51 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
lcccdinc@eriecoast.com writes:

<< I heard on TV last week, from the largest nursery owner in the Cleveland, 
 Ohio area, that there is a product called "This 1 Works" that keeps animals 
 away from your plants that they like to eat.  I know nothing about the 
 product, but this guy usually knows what he is talking about.  I would give 
 it a try, just on his word.  Anyone have any experience with this product???
 Mary Butler

Mary, gave a gallon of it to my mother in law last year for the deer.  She 
said it works pretty well, but has to be applied when new growth occurs and 
about every three weeks.  Depending on the amount of rain. I think a gallon 
was about forty dollars.

NEVER get the stuff in your mouth!  Wear gloves when handling any of the 
spray repellents.  N.
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