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And it doesn't smell horrible either to humans because you don't use very much, but the animals can sure smell it.This is a story I found from a couple that was very interesting to read.

I don't know where they came from or where they go, but they come in late August and September like clockwork. Javelinas and any wild pig, being "rooters," can shove their snouts into any kind of ground with enough determination to get under any fencing structure, lift up the fence wire, just enough, to get under the fence, and feast.

One has to create a foot-deep trough or so, place the fence into the trough, and keep it covered over with rocks or cement to assure keeping these critters out!

I have been completely successful, and went from nightly raids where they ripped my new plants out of the ground and dug under my agaves to leaving my plants untouched and my garden pristine for the last two weeks.

At first, I saw hoof prints around my front garden but no damage and after two days of that, now, they don't even set foot in my garden!

When it comes to water they are as skittish as cats...

I cannot vouch for other kinds of wild pigs, however).I ran back to the nursery I got them from and they explained that i must have gophers. They looked for weaknesses in the fence and I would awaken once again to a garden stripped bare by these poor little deer.There was many ways to get rid of them I was told and before long I had tried them all and still I had gophers! Ugly green plastic fences to imprison my plants so no one could enjoy them unless you cared to peer through the holes. Finally we moved away from Mariposa to a town called Merced, CA.; no deer but a whole lot of bugs. I want a place to go where we can get answers to all our bug questions!Even if your gate is thick aluminum or steel at the bottom, unbendable, wild pigs WILL find a way to root and dig under it!And, sure enough last weekend, Saturday morning around 7 am, at least one Javelina (it is rare for Javelinas to travel alone; more likely it was a family) got into the garden and ate a few yellow squash plants, stomped in the dirt where we'd just planted radishes, knocked over some seedlings, and stomped into the ground some greens on the way to the squash.In other words, they only messed up a small section of garden (they could have wiped it out..I still don't know why they didn't).So, I put some flat, heavy rocks at the fence where it was clear they probably got out and could have gotten in, but of course, they most likely got in under the gate. 19), I got up to use the bathroom at am, went out to check the garden and all was as it had been since the last invasion. When I went out to check, more squash had been eaten!It doesn't smell as bad as it could because it's so thinned out.I poured that mixture around the base of the agave and cactus to discourage digging for shoots and poured some on the pads and leaves of the cactus and agave and around the base of the Penstemon so they wouldn't eat the flesh.But unfortunately, you can't create such structures where it matters most--your garden gate!And it is THERE that Javelinas are most likely to find their entrance into your garden.

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