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fencing was the only thing that worked in my michigan garden to keep the bunnies at bay.  :(  the sprays were only temporary at best.  :fistshake2:

 

there's always air rifles though. :D   maybe a live trap?  :dunno:

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Not of the same bent, but it is agricultural:  There is a bitter plum that is used to make jam. Damson. Either sweet or bitter with half the sugar which I prefer. Great for toast or bagels. I also use it when cooking venison. Can't find them local. Anyone in the semi-arid northwest states, or otherwise,  find them?

 

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been a few years since I've grown Cukes, but right now in teh main garden there is precisely 1 and only 1 that has grown to normal size and like 200 that are still 2" long.  :dunno:

 

 

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the baby cukes have moved into a bigger home.  :D   and I have a lid that goes on top to keep it from getting too flooded during these crazy afternoon rains.  (there's a big crack int he bottom to drain but there's no way it can keep up with a downpour)

 

 

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