dried flowers galore

Thread from our Old Forum

line
 


Dried Flowers - The Old Forum

Below is a thread from our old forum, we have changed forum scripts.

The NEW (more features) Dried Flower Forum is here: New Dried Flower Forum


From Message
Lee Wutch
Guest
 Email

Thursday, February 13, 2003
14:59:24
Subject: mice
IP: Logged

Message:
I have been growing and drying flowers for years. I dry them in my garage, but have a terrible problem with mice because the garage isn't rodent proof. Would the use of moth balls deter the mice?


FlowerMan
Administrator


Friday, February 14, 2003
15:32:16
RE: mice
IP: Logged

Message:

Generally, mothballs work in confined spaces (e.g. a couple in a box that is storing drieds). I would bait and keep the mice out of the garage ... they can do more damage then just to drieds.

Good luck.


Lee Wutch
Guest
 Email

Wednesday, February 19, 2003
01:27:33
RE: mice
IP: Logged

Message:
I have bate all along the outside walls, but I think they treat it like gourmet food. Do you know if those sound devices are effective as deterents?


FlowerMan
Administrator


Thursday, February 20, 2003
19:19:00
RE: mice
IP: Logged

Message:

Not sure if they work, they sure do advertise though don't they?

With regard to bait. Always apply bait in the late fall when it starts getting cold. Never use the same bait twice ... they can get use to it. We have used Pounce, Tom Cat and others. I think the best source is a farm supply which will sell more of an assortment.

Good luck.


P 1
 


dried flower barn                      
We would like to thank Dried Flowers Direct for their generous donations in support of this site.

fish pond supply
Dried Flowers Galore Home | Common Names | Latin Names | Dried Flower Articles | Dried Flower Resources | Surveys | Forum

Copyright © 2002 - 2004 by Dried Flowers Galore - All rights reserved.

E-mail us at: volunteers@Dried-Flowers-Galore.com

www.Dried-Flowers-Galore.com

Site Map