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Re: [Fwd: Rabbits]

2 solutions
1) it is the nature in any animals to eat. I have a pet rabbit, it won't touch
hosta. Probably because it is fed better tasting food. Give it something better
to eat- try planting some cabbage or celery

2) as Elmer would say "kill the wabbit"

Ray W z5
Mentor, Ohio

> I'm having a problem with rabbits eating hostas.  Have been mixing 8
> teaspoons of Cayenne pepper in 1 gallon of water and spraying it on the
> plants.  It might be slowing them down but they are still having a feast.
> And I have to spray after each rain.
> Do you know of any solution other than fencing the plants?  Perhaps you have
> heard of something other than pepper?
> Thanks in advance if you can help me.
> Pete
> Waverly

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