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Wildlife Repellent Recipe

by Carol Martino

1 whole spanish onion
1 jalepeno pepper
1 tbsp cayenne pepper

Chop up the onion and pepper. Mix together and boil in 2 quarts of water for about 20 min. Let cool, and then strain water through a cheesecloth, into a container.

Using a garden sprayer, spray any area outside that wild animals or even neighbourhood pets are being a nuisance.

Process may have to be carried out for a period of 2 weeks to assure success.

This mixture is non-toxic and safe, it will not harm the animal but may succeed in keeping them away.


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