Rabbits are rodents that can like a lot or they can not like anything at all. In many parts of the world they are a pest, since they multiply very much and very fast, and they have many young which grow quickly. Being herbivorous animals, they can cause significant damage to the garden. How to avoid it?
Very easy: Making an Organic Rabbit Repellent so they don’t want to visit the garden again.
Rabbits can eat the leaves of plants, and logically that may not like whoever is taking care of the aforementioned. So, so that your garden and / or pots are protected, it is advisable to make some repellent for rabbits. The question is, how? Well, that’s why you don’t have to worry, since next we will tell you how to make a very effective one:
How to make the repellent for rabbits?
If you want to scare away rabbits, you will need the following:
- A large 4-liter bottle: it has to be clean. In the event that it is not, it is very important to clean it with a brush and a few drops of natural soap. Rinse it well with water until all the suds have been removed.
- Hot water to fill: you will use it to fill the bottle.
- One tablespoon (15ml) of natural dish soap: it needs to be natural so that rabbits don’t have a bad time.
- One tablespoon (15ml) hot sauce: this will be what repels rodents.
Step by step
Following this step by step:
- The first thing you have to do is fill the bottle with hot water.
- Then add the dishwasher spoon and the sauce spoon.
- Then stir well so that everything is well mixed.
- Finally, fill a sprayer with the mixture and spray the plants at night.
- Re-spray from time to time so that the rabbits do not visit your garden.
What if it doesn’t work?
In the event that it does not give you the results you expect, you can use other spicy substances and add them to a liter of water, such as eight cloves of ground garlic, a little ground black pepper, or two tablespoons of ground red pepper. You can even use raw eggs, since these animals do not like the smell they give off.
Does sulfur serve as a repellent for rabbits?
Sulfur has long been used as a fungicide for plants, as well as a repellent, usually from dog urine. However, it can be very toxic to animals and people, especially children, including rabbits, causing heart damage, pulmonary embolism, stomach disorders, among others, so we DO NOT recommend its use.
What smells bother rabbits?
Other ways to keep rabbits away is by leaving some products that have an unpleasant smell near the area to protect them, such as:
- Dish soapMix 4 liters of water with a tablespoon of dish soap or dishwasher soap and bring to a boil. Then add a little lemon juice or any other natural citrus fruit, or pepper.
- Hot sauce: Mix 1 liter of water with 5 ml of hot sauce, and bring to a boil.
What are the plants that rabbits hate?
There are certain plants that you can plant in your garden or terrace that will make the rabbit repellent effect you want:
La onion is a bulbous perennial plant that it is planted in winter or spring and that, due to the strong smell that it gives off, is very unpleasant for rabbits. So do not hesitate to plant a single or double row, or in pots protecting your flowers.
The peppers They are herbaceous or shrubby plants, perennials or seasonal if the weather is cool in winter, which have a very intense flavor as we all know. That is why it can be a good repellent for rabbits. Yes indeed, they need light to grow.
El romero It is a very drought-resistant perennial that has a pleasant aroma for us, but not for these animals. It is kept in sunny cornerssince it needs a lot of light to be able to grow.
La Brown It is a perennial herbaceous plant with a smell that rabbits do not like at all. Have it exposed to direct sunlightin soils or substrates with good drainage, and it will grow without problems.
We hope it helps you .