Mystery digger

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Caleb Fuller
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Re: Mystery digger

Post by Caleb Fuller » Sun Jun 10, 2018 9:43 pm

Moles are certainly a menace - not that they eat plants directly, but the indirect damage they do has so many consequences!

As far as those buzzers go, I'm a bit skeptical. Anyone had success with them? They seem to work off the same principal as the plastic bottle windmills my father in law made for me, which are so popular around here. I kind of gave up on those when I found one knocked over... because a mole had tunneled underneath it!

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Re: Mystery digger

Post by Eric in Japan » Mon Jun 11, 2018 4:42 pm

Zasso Nouka wrote:Crows might actually be helping you, our crows protect our chickens from hawks and kites. As soon as they hear or see hawks and kites flying over they will send up a patrol to see them off which keeps the chickens safe from attack.
I would happily kill all the $%&#%ing crows in my prefecture if I had the chance. They eat or just vandalize everything. Just out of spite. They watch me to see what plants I take care of, then they just swoop down like a bunch of teenage delinquents. They are on par with wild boars as "Eric Enemy Number 1."
"... so, the cucumbers said to the cabbage, `Lettuce Go.`"

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Re: Mystery digger

Post by Zasso Nouka » Tue Jun 12, 2018 5:48 am

Oh man, that's really unlucky. Maybe you've got Yankii crows :lol: :lol: :lol:

Have you tried using the metallic silver and red bird scaring tape ?