How to Keep Animals Out of Gardens

We hear from viewers all the time about problems they are having with animals and rodents eating their gardens, bushes and shrubs. If you are experiencing any of those issues, don’t worry — Lou is going to help you fix it in 15 minutes. In this video you will learn how to keep animals out of the garden.

At your local hardware store, there are a myriad of products that can humanely repel animals from eating your shrubs, plants, flowers or even garden. The 2 main types are sprays and shakes, or powders, which have been known to successfully keep animals out of gardens. 

Apply the animal repellent spray straight onto the plants — it is safe for the plants and animals as well. When the animal approaches, it smells the odor that is there, and is discouraged from eating or chewing on the bushes.

If you don’t want to spray the actual plant, there are shake products, like shake away rodent repellent that you use around the perimeter. They mimic the smell of predators. Put it out around the perimeter of the area you want to protect. Most of them are rainproof, so you don’t need to constantly replace them. However, you should apply once every few weeks.

Finally, to protect against larger animals, we introduce a motion sensor sprinkler…

We hear from viewers all the time about problems they are having with animals and rodents eating their gardens, bushes and shrubs. If you are experiencing any of those issues, don’t worry — Lou is going to help you fix it in 15 minutes. In this video you will learn how to keep animals out of the garden.

At your local hardware store, there are a myriad of products that can humanely repel animals from eating your shrubs, plants, flowers or even garden. The 2 main types are sprays and shakes, or powders, which have been known to successfully keep animals out of gardens. 

Apply the animal repellent spray straight onto the plants — it is safe for the plants and animals as well. When the animal approaches, it smells the odor that is there, and is discouraged from eating or chewing on the bushes.

If you don’t want to spray the actual plant, there are shake products, like shake away rodent repellent that you use around the perimeter. They mimic the smell of predators. Put it out around the perimeter of the area you want to protect. Most of them are rainproof, so you don’t need to constantly replace them. However, you should apply once every few weeks.

Finally, to protect against larger animals, we introduce a motion sensor sprinkler…