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I was very frustrated this year! The squirrels ate everything from above and the Ground Moles ate everything from below. Any suggestions? Ginny
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We've used those battery-operated mole chasers with good results. For above-ground pests, only plant cages have worked for us (our problem is deer, not squirrels).@glfitzsimmons wrote:I was very frustrated this year! The squirrels ate everything from above and the Ground Moles ate everything from below. Any suggestions? Ginny
Placing 1/2" or 1/4" hardware cloth under the beds works against burrowing critters. I haven't figured out squirrels,though.
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Here are a few pictures of keeping critters out of the garden. Some are very ambitious. I like Mike's Garden remedy.
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