Preventing your garden from rats seems to be an impossible task, but it is not, and you can get rid of them quickly by following simple methods. The terrace garden provides the rats and rodents a good source of food and living space to hide.
Most of us, when shopping for gardening materials, often look for garden pests to prevent insects. You must get rid of them as soon as possible, not just because they can ruin your garden, but also can create a tunnel and enter your home and can be a threat to your pets too.
The rat blocker can be tempting for you to use, but it poses a risk for your child and pets, so get a permanent solution with these tips quickly and efficiently.
Peppermint oil is one of the practical solutions that you can try to get them away. Put some olive oil onto the cotton pads to make them moist and place it around every corner of the garden with a rat flap, especially on the affected or contaminated areas. Repeat the process a few days per week.
Catnip is one of the solutions you can try. With careful observation of the affected areas or where rats are more likely to come. You can place catnip bought from the local garden center.
Soil Netting will lay off a mesh underneath the soil to prevent rats from digging and eating roots. Some rats are as stubborn as they can quickly get through the netting by chewing them off, so have a rat flap to prevent your plants from this mishap.
Keeping the space clean is one of the most important as a tidy space is not welcoming for the rats. Kindly do not leave any food, berries, or anything around for them to play around with. Also, accumulate up all the plastics, wooden pieces as they get to chew these. Chop off all the grass and shrubs as they get a reliable shelter to hide in for long.
Usage of any rat blocker must be done under professional guidance as they can be dangerous if you do not follow the supervision correctly. So yes, these tools are also practical and can help you truly but be careful with the process, as you would not want to put your pet’s and plant’s life in danger.