|A pesky woodrat.|
|Typical woodrat harvesting, cut and stack.|
|Adding driftwood sticks for extra support.|
|Clothes pins hold bird netting over the top.|
|The completed protective cage around my pepper pots.|
For easier harvesting, this year I used clothes pins to hold a double layer of Bird d-Fence netting over the tops. All I have to do is unclip one side, push the net back, harvest, then return the protective netting.
|Deck pots lined up in a row. Only the potatoes remain uncovered for now.|
It doesn't work for mice, but is a perfect protective cage for larger critters like squirrels and woodrats. Do you use pots for container gardening? Do you have critter troubles? What are your solutions? -- Margy