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While there are numerous ways to keep deer out of a garden, the simplest way is to build a fence. This requires fencing that is 10 to 12 feet tall, fence posts, a shovel and clips to attach the fence. More »

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Fencing and other barriers prevent deer from eating tomatoes and other produce in the garden. Strong scents such as mothballs, herbs or cayenne pepper spray can also deter deer. More »

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To keep deer out of flowers, gardeners can plant varieties that do not attract them. They can also move the plants that deer like best, such as clematis, chrysanthemum and fruit-bearing varieties, closer to the house to ... More »

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Effective ways to rid a garden of potato bugs include sprinkling wood ashes on the garden, physically removing bugs from the plant and smoking the bugs out with a fire. Diatomaceous earth and neem oil are also effective ... More »

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The best way to repel an armadillo is to build a fence around the yard. Fence panels should be hung close together so that the armadillo can't squeeze through them. The bottom of the fence should extend at least 1 foot u... More »

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The best way to prevent armadillos from getting into a yard and destroying the lawn is erecting a fence that doesn't have spaces that are large enough for the armadillos to crawl through. It should be deeply buried in th... More »

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Virginia creeper grows quickly, choking out the plants in your garden. The vine isn't easy to kill, but it can be eliminated with the right materials, including a strong weed killer. More »

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