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 Use scent to deter foxes


Foxes have a very strong sense of smell and will eat almost anything. Gardens with chickens or rabbits, or bird feeders, accessible pots, and crops are particularly attractive. You can use some scents to deter foxes, they are said to dislike the smell of chilies and garlic, so pour boiling water and spray your garden as a fox repellant. Other animal repellents are available, but be aware of the risk to other wildlife and always read the manufacturers' instructions carefully. If a territory is marked by a fox, it will take some effort to move them, and if they feel their territory is being threatened, they may increase the amount of marking.

Home garden - Rid of ants cheaply and naturally

 How to get rid of ants cheaply and naturally Ants quickly invade a home and multiply rapidly when they find a food source. Fortunately, you don't have to call an exterminator to get rid of ants. Try these six cheap and natural remedies to get rid of ants from your home. Ants control Ideas 👇 Vinegar Wipe down your countertops, cabinets, and other places you've spotted ants with 50-50 white vinegar and water. Repeat the process throughout the day to maintain effectiveness. In addition to repelling ants, vinegar has many surprising uses, including as an all-purpose cleaner. Why it works: Ants hate the smell of vinegar, and vinegar will strip them of their scent trails. 1 Observe the ants for a while and you will see that they all follow the same path in and out of you. House. If you eliminate the scent trails of ants, it will give you a serious leg up in the battle. warning Because of its acidity, vinegar is often too harsh for natural stone countertops.  If you have

How to control ants in the flower garden

 How to control ants  Horticulturists do not classify ants as garden pests because they do not seriously damage plants or spread any disease around the garden. In fact, garden ants have some advantages. Still, many people think that ants do not like the garden. Some may be so aggressive as to cause painful bites, especially the vicious fire ant of the south, which seems to expand its territory to the north annually. There are other reasons why you may want an ant-free garden. But before you bring out the toxic chemicals, think about whether the problems caused by ants outweigh the benefits. Problems caused by ants in the garden Some ants maintain a mutually beneficial relationship with aphids, which can actually be harmful to plants. Because small aphids feed on plant sap, they produce a sweet substance called a bee that ants like to eat. In return, ants take care of aphids from predators and parasites - they mainly "farm" the aphids. The fighting plant is sometim

how to get rid of fire ants in vegetable garden

how to get rid of fire ants naturally First of all, is this fire ant good or bad? The answer depends on the location of the fire ant. If the fire ant is in a barren land it will turn into fertile land and narrow land into light land. But if it is in your lawn or home garden it will affect your plants and your lawn roots. Bacteria and viruses spread from one plant to another. Fire ants will be itchy for a few days to bite you. It has the potential to come into your home as well. So let’s see in this article how to control these fire ants. These ants are a mixture of red and black. If you see a fire ant in your garden there will be several hundred around it. To control this, it is not enough to give only the servant ants, you have to give the mounds with it and also the queen ant inside it. Impact of Fire Ants  Indoor and outdoor potted plants, Lawns, and garden plants ants will attack and fruit trees Citrus, Apple And fig. If you sowing new seeds in your gardens,  Ants will

Ant Control in the vegetable garden

Ant Control When asked whether ants are good or bad in agriculture, the answer is sometimes good and sometimes bad. Before you give an example of how ants are good, do you know about Jadav Bayeng, who was the one who created the great forest as an individual in the arid islands of the Brahmaputra River? He used red ants to cultivate that dry compact soil, which shows how important an ant is to fertilize the soil. Sometimes ants also act as excellent pollinators. What is the effect of those ants? If you take a bee, it will fly away and take away the pollen. That is what causes the ant to crawl and spread to the nectar-running fungus on its legs. When in the soil, it can damage the roots of plants and sometimes even the fruit. In this article, we will look at how to control ants naturally. A variety of ants in our garden Although there are many types of ants, plants are only affected by certain types of ants. Black ant, black ant This type of ant is called Nuisance Ants in En