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Re: Deer Deterrent

--- Judy Bygd <bygd@execpc.com> wrote:
> In an article I read recently, one of the tactics
> suggested to keep deer away was to lay fencing down
> around the edge of your garden.  Supposedly, they
> don't like walking on it.  Has anyone tried it?  
 No, I haven't tried the fencing, but someone told me
to try old carpet.  I use strips of carpet around my
vegetable garden and that seems to work pretty well. 
It also helps to have dogs leaving scents that deter

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