Rabbits and Horses Were Out of The Garden

Rabbits and Horses Were Out of The Garden

Rabbits feel at home in open and semi-open landscapes. You will find them almost everywhere, so in the quiet woods. The rabbit digs holes and is active at night. Depending on the time of year, they eat all kinds of green such as grass, branches, roots, and bark. A rabbit will receive a boy several times a year. Because they are in group life, they can cause a lot of excavation and damage in the garden.
If your garden is demarcated with a fence, the chance is already much smaller than your plants will be eaten by the rabbits.

A solution to problems with rabbits is to catch them. This can be done by enabling specialized firms that have dedicated ferrets. Ferrets are small predators, closely related to the buzzing. The specialists will first thoroughly invent all the caves, and then the caves will be sealed with special nets and catch cages. When all caves are sealed, the fermented ferrets are released. The ferrets trace the rabbits into their cavities and then chase them out of their pipe, so they get into the nets.

Rabbits For the garden enthusiast who wants to protect his vegetable garden, there is a relatively simple solution. Place a radio and let it just turn on at night (not too loud for the neighbors). The rabbits think there are people nearby and will not approach. Finally, you can also make sure that your garden is not attractive to rabbits or hares by planting them that they do not want.

Plants which will be rarely or infected by rabbits:

Solid Facilities

Acanthus
Aconitum napellus (monkhood)
Ajuga repent (negroes)
Agapanthus (African lily)
Alchemilla mollis (Women's jacket)
Anemona x Hybrida
Aquilegia hybrida (Akelei)
Artemesia
Aruncus dioicus (goat beard)
Asarum europaeum (Mansoor)
Astillbe x arendsii
Bergenia cordifolia (Schoenlappersplant)
Brunnera macrophylla (Caucasian forgetfulness)
Cimicifuga racemosa (silver beetles)
Convallaria majalis (Lily of the valley)
Coreopsis grandiflora (girl eyes)
Dicentra species (broken heart)
Doronicum oriental (spring sunflower)
Echinops ritro (bullet)
Epimedium x rubrum (ivory flower)
Eupatorium Coelestinum (Queen Weed)
Euphorbia (Wolf Milk)
Filipendula ulmaria (wild spiraea)
Gaillardia x grandiflora (coconut flower)
Geranium (ooievaarsbek)
Helleborus (christmas rose, stinky weed)
Hemerocallis (day lily)
Iberis semipervirens (skeefkelk)
Iris Siberica (Siberian lis)
Kniphofia (rocket)
Lavandula angustifolia (lavender)
Liriope spicata
Lobelia Cardinalis (Cardinal Flower)
Lysimachia clethroides (nodding)
Lysimachia punctata (wederik)
Malva alcea (wheat weed)
Monarda (bergamotplant)
Nepeta (cat grass)
Paeonia (peony)
Primula (key flower)
Pulsatilla vulgaris (Wild Mushroom)


Trees and Shrubs:

Acer palmatum (Japanese maple)
Aesculus hippocastanum (horse chestnut)
Azalea
Buddleia davidii (butterfly bush)
Buxus (embroidered palm)
Campsis radicans (trumpet flower)
Clematis (Bosrank)
Cornus alba (red dogwood)
Cotoneaster
Hydrangea (Hydrangea)
Ilex (holly)
Juglans nigra (walnut)
Kalmia latifolia (spoon tree)
Liriodendron tulipifera (tulip tree)
Picea pungens (blue spar)
Pinus strobus (den)
Potentilla fruticosa (ganzerik)
Rhododendron
Ribes (currant and gooseberry)
Rhus (vinegar)
Spiraea (muscle bush)
Taxus (venison tree)
Vitis (grapes)

Herbs

Artemisia dracunculus (Dragon)
Marjorana hydrangea (Marjolein)
Mentha ss (Mint)
Ocimum Basilica (Basil)
Origanum vulgare (Oregano)
Petroselinum crispum (Parsley)
Satureia hydrangea (Bonenwort)

Vegetables

Allium Cepa (Ui)
Allium Porrum (Leek)
Asparagus officinalis (Asparagus)
Cucurbita Pepo Melopepo (Pumpkin)
Lycopersicum esculentum (Tomato)
Rheum rhaponticum (Rhubarb)
Solanum tuberosum (Potato)
Thalictrum (Diamond)

Bulbs

Allium giganteum (Sierui)
Crocosmia 'Lucifer' (Montbretia)
Hyacinth
Narcissus ss (Narcis)

Annual Plants

Ageratum houstonianum (Mexicaantje)
Begonia x semperflorens (Seed begonia)
Calendula officinalis (Marigold
Cleome hasslerana (cat snake)
Mirabilis Jalapa (Nightly)
Pelargonium x hortorum (Tuingeranium)


Horses will do much less harm in the garden than rabbits. That is because they do not live in a group and also do not dig holes. While a rabbit will stay near his cave; a hurry will continue to grow.
Hazen mainly targets damage in the orchards where they scrub the bastards during the winter. A rabbit is distinguishable from a rabbit by their much larger body and their long, full black ears. Hazes also have a lot of long legs which allow them to be upright. If a rabbit walks away, you can see the white bottom of the tail. At the hare only the top of the tail is white, but since they keep their tail down while walking, you can only see the dark bottom.

Horses do not live in caves, but use 'armies'; These are resting places on the ground, using the vegetation as a windscreen. Hazes are very prone to parasitic diseases, but not for myxomatosis.

Rabbits six weeks of birth, four small nests are usually born between February and October. On average, a mother will bring 11 boys a year. Newborn hair is completely hairy, and the eyes are already open. After a few days, the boy left the nest. They come back there every day, after sunset. The mother comes 15 minutes to suck them until the herds are one month old.

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