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Re: Hot pepper spray?

In a message dated 11/07/1999 5:25:49 PM US Eastern Standard Time, 
wilddog@venus.net writes:

<< Not  directly related but i tried hot pepper (a variety so hot it would
 burn your fingers) >>
The best thing that works for severe deer problems is the dung from large 
predetory animals. Go to the nearest zoo and get some from either Lion, Tiger 
or Wolf.  Its like Garlic to a Vampire, wont take alot and you wont have to 
do it often. Throw it around the plants and you get both the benifets it has 
to offer.
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