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4/10/13 4:15 P

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A spray made with hot peppers deters most mamels Mix a couple of hot peppers and water in a blender. Strain the mix and add a couple of drops of dish detergent. Spray the plants at least once a week and after any rains.

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4/10/13 12:11 P

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Years ago I had this problem and moth balls sprinkled in the rows kept them away. emoticon

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Try asking this question under Ask the Expert.

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I grow green beans every year and had no problems until last year when every last plant was eaten before it could even flower. I'm thinking it's rabbits. Does anyone have a good solution for this? I have never used pesticides on my plants and don't want to start, but I have to do something!

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