Rabbit Repellent

Why write a review about Liquid Fence deer and rabbit repellent? Easy.....it works!  In fact, it's the best repellent I've ever used and it's really easy to apply.

If you have flowers, shrubs or a garden that's being eaten and destroyed by rabbits one of the easiest ways to deter them is by applying a good quality repellent.  

It doesn't matter where you live, rabbits seem to be everywhere.

Nothing is more frustrating than planting a new flower or vegetable garden only to have it eaten by a hungry rabbit.

There's a lot of different options on the market and you can even try making your own homemade repellents, however, I've never used a product that works as well as Liquid Fence.

It took me a while before I finally broke down and spent the money on Liquid Fence.  After several years of trying cayenne pepper, marigolds, human hair, various soaps and mothballs I finally determined they just didn't work.

Product Overview

After a recommendation from a family member I decided to purchase some Liquid Fence deer and rabbit repellent.  Liquid Fence comes in a variety of different options such as granule, pre-mixed, and concentrate.  

I choose to buy the 32 ounce concentrate because it's cheeper in the long run and you can mix it up in a pump sprayer and quickly cover large areas.  When mixed at the manufactures specifications, one 32 ounce bottle of concentrate will make 4 gallons of repellent.

The product contains whole egg solids, garlic and a few other ingredients which makes it smell horrible.  In fact, after you apply it your yard will smell pretty bad for an hour or two but the smell goes away after the product dries.

How To Use It

If you use the granular form you simply shake some of the product around the area you are trying to protect.  The pre-mixed option comes in a spray bottle that you use to apply the product around your garden or flowers.

The concentrate needs to be mixed with water inside a garden or pump sprayer.  Mix 8 ounces of Liquid Fence concentrate with 1 gallon of water. Next, spray the mixture around the outside of your garden or flowers.  

Spraying the mixture around the outside basically creates a liquid barrier that deer and rabbits won't cross.  When spraying a garden I sometimes lightly spray the vegetable plants if I don't plan on harvesting them for a few days.  

I typically apply Liquid Fence about once a week or after a really hard rain.  I mix up enough in the pump sprayer to last several applications. Once it's mixed up I just leave the sprayer in the barn and quickly spray it when needed.  

I bought the bottle of concentrate 2 years ago and I still have plenty left.  I estimate 1 bottle of concentrate will protect our garden for about 3-4 years.

Overall

If you're looking for easy and effective way to keep rabbits and deer out of your vegetable garden or flowers give Liquid Fence at try.......you won't be disappointed.


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