Having unwanted visitors in your backyard can be a recurring frustration to many. As urban development increases, animals encroach into residential property in search of food. The best solution to your problem is to install a deer fence.
Did you know that rabbits are both adorable and infamous for causing tremendous kinds of damage to crops?
Rabbits are great for many reasons - as pets, for their meat, and for their soft fur. Their consumption and damage done to crops like hay, corn, and garden produce is their other side of the coin.
Unfortunately, unless you have an adorable furry little friend to play and interact with, you're probably more worried about their ability to wreak havoc in your yard.
Some types of plants are less susceptible to rabbit damage, but there are many types of ways to anticipate and prevent damage from occurring. Rabbit damage to lawn can be prevented by reading these guides.
Spring is here and your plants have bloomed, sprouted, or otherwise come back to life. You may be planning to expand your vegetable garden. You might want to put in some new and better landscaping, maybe a couple of young trees to add some color and produce some fruit.
Are deer eating too much of your landscaping? You need to consider a deterrent, like a deer fence. If deer and they haven’t been a problem, yet, then getting a deer fence is a smart move. Deer are going to show up on your rural property and start grazing sooner or later.
Nearly half of all American families grow some type of vegetable garden on their property. And many of those people are all dealing with the same troublesome problem: pests.
How do you keep them away?
An effective and simple option to this question is a garden pest fence, but that's not all these fences are good for. We've put together this guide to help you learn why you should install one of these fences around your plants.
Keep reading below to learn more!
If you live in areas with deer or rabbits, and you have a garden you’ve probably looked for ways to protect your flowers and vegetables from those persistent pests. This is the main reason for anyone to put up a fence. However, sturdy hex and poly fences have a variety of creative uses.
Did you know that Chicago has the highest number of bug infestations in the U.S? Undoubtedly, nothing is more annoying than tiny insects flying around your home.
But, what's worse are garden pests since they come from your garden to your house. Fortunately, house window screens can keep out most pests and bugs.
Have you ever wondered what garden pests your window screens can effectively block from entering your home? If so, keep reading as we talk about three of the most common insects that try to sneak in and how screens can prevent them from infesting your home!
Dogs have a strong, in-built instinct to protect members of their pack and seldom want to be separated from them. In these domesticated times, your family becomes your dog's pack. He's happiest when he can hang out with you, but also patrol the edges of his territory. So if you'd prefer not to have to jump up to open the door every few minutes, a dog door is a perfect answer. If the thought of installing a door that allows your dog to let himself in and out again sounds good to you, keep reading for the lowdown on dog door sizes.
Deer are the most common carrier of tick-borne illnesses. They not only spread disease to livestock but also to pets and humans. Ticks are commonly found in grassy areas, wetlands as the weather begins to warm up. They stay alive by burying themselves beneath the skin, which elevates the risk of tick-borne illnesses.
Farm fresh food, farmers' markets, and farm-to-table are all popular buzzwords for food currently. They're billed as being healthier, fresher, and more delicious. But these kinds of foods often come at a higher price.
Deer can be very destructive to home gardens, ornamental landscape plants, orchards, and vineyards.
One of the objectives, when we think about garden tools, is to make our maintenance tasks much easier and faster. Regardless of the size of our garden, and the autonomy of the plants, maintenance tasks are inevitable, weeds, dry leaves, pruning, transplants.
Today’s log cabins have evolved beyond being just small abodes built with logs to protect families from weather elements. They have become more contemporary, luxurious structures with all the amenities you’d find in a modern home. They can serve as winter/summer vacation lodges, playhouses, gyms, home offices, and even year-round dwellings.
Now’s the perfect time to start your vegetable garden for next! There are many things you can do now that will save you time next spring and result in a more fruitful garden.
Are you ready for the hungry deer?
If you have a yard or garden and you live in a place where deer are in close proximity, then you've probably discovered what a nuisance these animals can be. Although few things are as beautiful as watching a deer majestically stroll across your lawn in the early morning, any awe that you feel is likely to be shattered when you see what that same deer did in your rose garden.
Learn why humane fencing options are better than the popular electric fence for protecting your gardens and property from wildlife
A quick discussion on do-it-yourself fencing.
Eco-friendly solutions for keeping the deer away!
Why do deer jump? To get what they want- food!
Spring is coming, and if you're a gardener you know that getting your gardens ready is on the top of your to do list! You put in so much hard work to make your gardens look beautiful, but it doesn't just stop once a plant is in the ground. You must maintain the plant- feed, water and PROTECT!
Rabbits and other rodents like to chew and dig and repairing and maintaining the damage is costly and tiring. To protect your gardens, there are many products available, but a physical barrier is one of the best choices.
Deer damage to home gardens and shrubs is the number one complaint in urban and rural landscapes by homeowners.