• LawnSite Homepage Upgrade

    Hello again LawnSite community,

    I wanted to post a quick note to let you know that the homepage of LawnSite will experience a major upgrade later this week. We’re always looking for ways to improve our users’ experience on the site, and felt that this upgrade was needed and long overdue..

    With this upgrade, you’ll now see the top trending posts as soon as you visit LawnSite, and these will be updated throughout the day. You can also easily access videos and photos. As always, we encourage you to include videos and photos in your own posts to share with your fellow LawnSite users.

    Be assured that all of the forums, content and data that you’ve been accustomed to will remain intact, as will all current site features. You’ll also be able to easily access the full list of forums directly from our new homepage.

    We’re excited to bring you this change, and look forward to hearing your feedback.

    Thanks, LawnSite Team

Squirel's

klite

LawnSite Member
How do I keep them out of the vegetable garden? Without shooting them.<p><br>----------<br>Ken...Lightcap's Landscape Service<p><p><font size="1">Edited by: klite
 

Evan528

LawnSite Silver Member
i have one costomer that sets traps for them all over his yard and drownds them! He then hangs them around his garden AS A deterent for other squirls! The smell is unbarable!
 

thelawnguy

LawnSite Silver Member
Location
Central CT
What do the squirrels take? I only have trouble with the peaches and pears, just plant an extra tree and the problem is gone-more than enough to go around!<p>Actually racoons and woodchucks are the big pests, three feet of rabbit wire with a foot buried will keep these pests out. The big farmers around here use propane cannons in the cornfields to keep critters out but they make lousy neighbors.<p>Bill
 

Evan528

LawnSite Silver Member
the squirl is eating his blueberry bushes, eating his apples and stripping the bark off his trees resulting in the trees dying (lol!) He says &quot; squirls are nothing but annoying fury rats and i do not want them around!&quot; Every time i there mowing i hear more bizare things.... id hate get on his bad side!
 

dhicks

Member
Location
Gulf Shores, AL
I spray coyote urine. It does wonders to keep deer and rabbits out of the yard, too. The coyote urine comes in 1/2 or 1 gallon jugs. The urine is sterlized thus, no noxious smells to humans. Most top end garden store and mail order garden catalogs offer this stuff. However, I'd hate to be the one who has to hold the coyote to make 'em whiz in a jug.<p>----------<br>--Disneyland on the Potomac - ICQ [icq]31223414[/icq]<br>www.go-emerald.com
 


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