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Birds Eating Tomato Plants?

Birds are eating our tomatoes before they ripen, we have net over the plants, but no help. Is there something else we can do?

Hardiness Zone: 9a

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By nancy from Beaumont,TX

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June 20, 20090 found this helpful

You could try hanging toy rubber snakes on your plants. They help, but then you or someone else may forget they are there, and have a whole different set of problems!

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June 20, 20091 found this helpful

Are you sure the birds are eating the tomatoes? Could it be bugs and in the birds are coming in to eat the bugs, if it is the birds they may be going after the moisture in the tomatoes, put out several shallow bowls of water and see if that helps.

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Or could it be rats.

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July 10, 20120 found this helpful

My BirdBusta clip cannot protect the plants, but it can be used with a paper cup (attached, and used sideways) to hide the tomatoes from birds - and of course, most other fruit. The clips cost about 75 cents each, and can be used many times through a season. I lost 3 tomatoes from about 230 tomatoes last season.

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