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Re: TB: Pests: Discouraging Cats

I lay honeylocust twigs throught my iris beds, and in other parts of my garden.  It works.  Honeylocust thorns can be as long as 8 inches.
I don't think the thornless honeylocusts would work.
one helping of amonia might be OK.  but it would wear off.  Repeted doses would give too much nitrogen to the iris.

Matbeach1@aol.com wrote:
Does anyone have an idea for discouraging cats from using this spot? I was 
thinking of pouring something with ammonia around the beds in a ring, but I 
don't want to do this if it isn't safe, though.
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