How do you repel rabbits?

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Rabbit repellent is easy to make and is a humane way to repel rabbits. Simply mix one milk jug of water, five garlic cloves, one teaspoon of crushed red pepper, and one tablespoon of dish soap. Let this sit for a day or two and then spray it on your plants. Rabbits hate the smell and will stay away.
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Repel Rabbits
Repelling rabbits from a garden is easy with cayenne pepper or hot chili pepper spread in a powder around flowers and herbs. Also keep rabbits from destroying a healthy garden by planting thyme, eucalyptus or spearmint with tips from an expert gardener... More »
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