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August 25, 2007


That's terrible! Vermin!

Good luck with your battle.

Carol at May Dreams Gardens

How awful of that hog. Hope you catch him,

I like the idea of tarps and old rugs under the pumpkin vines. I think I will do that next year. Thanks!

Good luck with your groundhog dilema..we are having the same problem, he has eaten the watermelons, squash, cantelope...
that is an excellent idea using old rugs and tarps under your pumpkin vines, going to give that a try next year under the watermelon vines..nice site!

Ha! I am wondering now if I have a groundhog. I was giving the credit for my damaged pickles and zucchini, to the racoon's. Maybe I am wrong. I better get my trap set.

If they're hungry enough, it wouldn't matter if you were sitting out there in that chair all day long. :(

Good luck. Perhaps a "I don't have a heart" trap might be a better solution.

He looks pretty cute to me! we don't have them here in the UK

chigiy at Gard

I'm sorry to here about the groundhog and the drought.
Your scraregroundhog is very cute but have you ever thought about maybe adding some stuffing or some socks? He looks a bit like Flat Stanley meets the invisible man.
Good luck.


I never knew you made such a handsome scaregroundhog! (I like that phrase!) Hang in there buddy. Hope he doesn't get carsick when you cart him off.

Hey there! How's the garden growing? We still have a serious drought here in the northeast. Everything is sooo dry. I hope your garden is doing good.


Did you move him yet? I just posted on my blog about my groundhog problem.. he demolished my pumpkins. They are destroyed. I have the Hav-A-Hart trap but I read on another site that they have a low rate of survival for some reason after being relocated. :( Short of murder I don't know what to do! Did your scarecrow work?

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