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June 27, 2011

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we use Liquid Fence in our organic master gardener projects. It doesn't smell very nice (to either people or the veggie thieves) so it's best to spray it on a stake and pound them in every twenty feet or so around your garden area. It does work, but if the animals are hungry enough, well... :) Best of luck with your garden!

Shannon

Thank you for the win!! I can't wait to start making them. I have never heard about growing tomatoes like that. My daughter is growing 4 tomato plants this year. I think we will give it a try and see what happens. My dad grows Kholrabi. We love it. We just peal the outside off and eat them raw like a carrot! Great stuff!

sharon

Lindsey, thank you for the pattern (I won the organizer pattern)
I am off this week and am going to make at least one.

BTW, I notice the sweat shirt on your scarecrow === I see a lot of scare people dressed similarly in my neighborhood

Cate

We planted a whole bunch (well 5) fruit trees this afternoon (since it's winter here) and I'm crossing my fingers that we can keep them alive and harvest lots of fruit in the coming years. Each tree is grafted with 2 or 3 varieties so we should have fresh fruit all year! Your tomatoes look great, I'm interested in that old timer method, I'm googling it now!

christina

For deer and rabbits, we use Liquid Fence in our organic master gardener projects. It doesn't smell very nice (to either people or the veggie thieves) so it's best to spray it on a stake and pound them in every twenty feet or so around your garden area. It does work, but if the animals are hungry enough, well... :) Best of luck with your garden!

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