I Must Garden Rabbit Repellent
I Must Garden Rabbit Repellent is safer for people, pets, and the environment. It stops rabbits from making a meal of your garden.
As Low As: $29.95
|32 oz. (Ready to Use)||$29.95|
|1 Gallon (Ready to Use)||$48.95|
I Must Garden Rabbit Repellent for Sale Online
I Must Garden Repellent is an environmentally safe, humane, and effective way to deter rabbits from eating plants, flowers, and bark. It combines natural ingredients of eggs and garlic along with botanical oils from plants that rabbits naturally avoid – giving you maximum protection against the specific threat of rabbit damage.
Repel Rabbits Not People
I Must Garden Rabbit Repellent has a pleasant smell, making applications easier than ever before. There are no poisons, harmful chemicals, or toxic glues in our products. All of our repellents are safe to use around children and pets, and are completely biodegradable!*
How I Must Garden Rabbit Repellent Works
- Repels rabbits by both taste and smell
- Contains natural stickers for rain resistance
- Spray repellent directly on plants for strong, long-lasting protection
How to Apply
Protecting your plants is easy – simply spray plants with I Must Garden All Natural Rabbit Repellent. Please consider the following guidelines.
- Spray plants thoroughly. Cover plants with a fine mist until runoff. Be sure to provide thorough coverage from the base of the plant up to 24 inches high to the plants.
- Apply to dry plants and allow repellent to dry for at least 1 hour before rain or watering. This helps the repellent adhere to the plants, giving it long-lasting effectiveness and rain-resistance.
- Reapply repellent every 2-4 weeks. Areas with heavy rabbit pressure may require more frequent applications.
- Touch up new growth regularly. During the growing season consider spraying every 2 inches of new growth. Adjust application times as necessary depending on weather conditions and rate of plant growth.
- Apply repellent in the morning or evening. Spraying in the heat of the day and in direct sunlight exposes plants to the possibility of burning. Good gardening practice recommends NOT spraying in direct sunlight and NOT spraying during the hottest time of the day.