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Old 04-24-2017, 03:47 AM   #11
SPUCK
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Back to the OP: If you plant enough of all that you can ignore all the critter predation as they simply won't get it all. They typically seem to zero in on only certain spots an not rummage the whole place. I guess only a certain number of one type critter tends to fit in an area and so the predation is limited to what that number can ravage.

Excluding:
Starlings
Rabbits
and $%@*!)__##$@! Rats.

Was helping my daughter change her CV-half axles in the dark, in the driveway, Friday night. We were backs against a 10 foot Eugena/Ivy hedge and this rat literally stuck its head out between our shoulders!
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