Rabbit Repellent

Judy Glattstein via pbs pbs@lists.pacificbulbsociety.net
Fri, 30 Apr 2021 09:07:44 PDT
Dried blood, which is sold as a nitrogen fertilizer, is a rabbit 
repellent. Two issues - it dissolves in rain and also means your plants 
are getting an extra dose of nitrogen. I have heard that it is possible 
to dissolve the dried blood in water and then saturate the foam of a 
small disposable brush, after which you push the wooden handle of the 
brush into the ground.

Judy

On 4/30/2021 10:07 AM, Carol via pbs wrote:
> We don't have deer issues in my area, but I'm trying it this year as a
> rabbit repellent (heard about it through a Colorado State University
> Extension webinar).
>
>   
>
> Carol
>


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