Solutions Pharm Environmentally Safe Organic Herbicides & Pesticides
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 Dear Pharm Solutions, Finding Deer Pharm has changed my life as a gardener. In 2000 I moved to my present house in suburban New Jersey and started changing the yard into a garden - or I planned to, but I soon discovered that many of the plants I wanted to grow were, to put it mildly, not deer-proof. My garden backs onto a woodland park, and the deer graze all around my house - on my shrubs, plants and trees. They even ate the leaves of a dogwood tree planted in memory of my husband and son in law - deer supposedly do not like dogwood leaves but as a plant store worker said to me, "they haven't read the book". I tried numerous repellent sprays including "Not Tonight, Deer", Deer Off, Liquid Fence - I tried little garlic tubes attached to plants - I tried a Rube Goldberg kind of scented electric stick to shock the deer's noses - I don't know if they got shocked, but I got a few shocks on the rear end myself while weeding. I inquired about the cost of electric fences and a cattle grid for the driveway, but I don't have that kind of money. I even tried coyote urine (UGH!). I started thinking I might have to limit myself to planting only "deer resistant" plants. I have spent hundreds of dollars in an effort to discourage the deer from feeding on my plants and nothing has worked - until now. Early in the spring I heard about Deer Pharm; I was understandably skeptical after all the other things had failed, but because I already know and use Fish Farm I decided it was worth a try. The results are almost unbelievable. I now have several flourishing hosta plants where before there was nothing. In fact on this photo you can see where the first leaves that came up in the spring were bitten - then I started using Deer Pharm - and the plant is growing UNchewed. I'm attaching a photo of a eonymus I planted in 2001 - this was taken the day I planted it - by next morning it was stripped bare. I protected it since then and even though it is tiny, this year it has leaves and maybe it will survive and thrive. Thank you Pharm Solutions for an Organic answer to deer grazing. Di Clark Chatham, NJ
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Solutions Pharm Environmentally Safe Organic Herbicides & Pesticides
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 Dear Pharm Solutions, Finding Deer Pharm has changed my life as a gardener. In 2000 I moved to my present house in suburban New Jersey and started changing the yard into a garden - or I planned to, but I soon discovered that many of the plants I wanted to grow were, to put it mildly, not deer-proof. My garden backs onto a woodland park, and the deer graze all around my house - on my shrubs, plants and trees. They even ate the leaves of a dogwood tree planted in memory of my husband and son in law - deer supposedly do not like dogwood leaves but as a plant store worker said to me, "they haven't read the book". I tried numerous repellent sprays including "Not Tonight, Deer", Deer Off, Liquid Fence - I tried little garlic tubes attached to plants - I tried a Rube Goldberg kind of scented electric stick to shock the deer's noses - I don't know if they got shocked, but I got a few shocks on the rear end myself while weeding. I inquired about the cost of electric fences and a cattle grid for the driveway, but I don't have that kind of money. I even tried coyote urine (UGH!). I started thinking I might have to limit myself to planting only "deer resistant" plants. I have spent hundreds of dollars in an effort to discourage the deer from feeding on my plants and nothing has worked - until now. Early in the spring I heard about Deer Pharm; I was understandably skeptical after all the other things had failed, but because I already know and use Fish Farm I decided it was worth a try. The results are almost unbelievable. I now have several flourishing hosta plants where before there was nothing. In fact on this photo you can see where the first leaves that came up in the spring were bitten - then I started using Deer Pharm - and the plant is growing UNchewed. I'm attaching a photo of a eonymus I planted in 2001 - this was taken the day I planted it - by next morning it was stripped bare. I protected it since then and even though it is tiny, this year it has leaves and maybe it will survive and thrive. Thank you Pharm Solutions for an Organic answer to deer grazing. Di Clark Chatham, NJ