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Every year, billions of carrots are produced all across North America. Their growing season is early spring to late summer. After planting carrots they take around 70-80 days to finish growing. Over time, it has become not just an edible food for humans, but deer are also consuming these vegetables. Deer love to eat carrots, which is bad for farmers and can cost them millions of dollars per year. Case…Continue Reading
For gardeners, there is scarcely anything more exasperating than waking up to discover headless stems where flowers should be, or broken twigs instead of fruit. No deterrent, homemade or commercial or is 100 percent effective but some do better than others to keep deer away. The best deer repellent for garden plants is, according to many scientific studies as well as years of practical advice, a mixture of raw eggs,…Continue Reading