Open For Suggestions
Last week I actually caught the groundhog in my garden and was able to see how he got in and out. I fixed that hole with more fencing and checked the perimeter for and other slight openings. No others where found.
Since I believe that all is now good, Friday I go and buy some string beans and peas and plant those in the garden.
Saturday and Sunday everything looks good, everything is fine.
This evening I go to water the garden and I am hurt….my string beans, soinach, brussell sprouts and peas are gone!
On a good note…my birdhouse gourds, tomatoes, carrots, onion, and several varieties of peppers are doing GREAT!
Does anyone know how to get rid of this groundhog without killing it?
Thanks for visiting!