I am looking for a "natural" repellent for rodents.
Brad from Pagosa Springs, CO
Catnip or mint are supposed to keep rodents away.
Living plants are said to work better than dried. You can get seeds from herbal supply stores. Both are easy to grow.
You can get mint oil from the pharmacy at the counter. Then put some on cotton balls and put them around. It's supposed to work well and is easier than growing mint plants. You could do both however. Oir for now until the plants grew. Good luck
I read somewhere for snakes and the like, spread lime. I have lizards, which are as bad as snakes, so I plan on spreading lime around.
get a cat.
This products "MGN" performs repellent action to animals (wild dog, stray cat, mouse, snake, weasel, fox, bat, mole, deer, wild boar, etc.) and bugs (cockroach, slug, leech, bee, gnat, mosquito, centipede, etc.) for garden, orchard, field, etc.
NGM reproduces the smell of a forest fire artificially and pests are instinctively recognized there as a dangerous place and escape.
Made of natural materials
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