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Hot pepper spray

A new catalog from Gardener's Supply just arrived and I noted that they
sell a product they headline as: "Organic Pepper Formula Deters Rabbits
and Squirrels".  The picture shows the container name: "Hot Pepper Wax
animal repellant."  Further: To cover the entire garden, use the 40 oz
concentrated formula, which comes with a high-quality, reusable hose-end
sprayer.  Cost $29.95.  It says: for fruits, vegetables and ornamentals. 

The question is:  have you used it?  Did it work against rabbits? and/or
other varmints?  Is there another vendor with the same or similar product
at a lower price?  Is there another product that works even better?

I am frustrated by the continuing fight against those %$#@^& rabbits that
bite off the scapes just after making crosses and the pods set.

Best regards,
Charles Tuttle
Columbus  OH
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