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To keep deer from eating on trees or bushes in the winter, hang a half bar of Zest soap in a net bag tied on a branch. The deer will stay away.
Source: The owner of an apple orchard
By jrvlkr from Pirerce, NE
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Put those little pieces of soap in the bottom of cut off panty hose. Tie them around in different places in your garden to keep deer away. Ivory and Irish Spring seem to work best.
By George from Roanoke, VA
Oh, if this really works, this could be the solution I'm looking for. Our gardern tends to be nothing but a free salad bar/buffet for deer. We try making a garden ever so often, but usually before any thing gets ripe or fully grown, the deer have already wiped it out. Thanks for the tip! (05/28/2008)
By Stacy in AR
Thanks All for the advice & tips - I have been have a heck of time ( year after year) but this time I think I'll finally do it. We live on a mountain in the woods and the deer are
everywhere don't mind them, but NOT in my gardens,, Again, Many thanks :>
Lisa On the Mountain