How to Protect Tomato Plants From Deer

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Deer can eat tomato plants and otherwise damage them. Keep deer away with help from a professional horticulturist in this free video.

Part of the Video Series: Tomato 101
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Hi, I'm Stan DeFreitas, Mr. Green Thumb. We all love our tomatoes, and guess what else loves them...deer. You may not have a deer problem in the inner cities, but in many of the rural areas, deer can be really connoisseurs of small plants and especially, tomatoes. One of the things you could do, is to get this material called Shake Away. And tend to take this coyote urine and make a barrier around your tomato garden or other vegetables, as well. You can place it on the outer edge, of course, coyotes are predators. Deer are afraid of the predators, and they should leave your little plants alone. One of my friends, who tried this last year, said he had great results. When the deer were actually eating more of his tomatoes, than he got to eat himself. It's a simple idea that simply seems to work. For AskMrGreenThumb.com, Stan DeFreitas.

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