Squirrels may be small, furry, and seemingly charming from a distance, but as any gardener can tell you, the critters can be a nightmare to a tomato plant. If you’re having squirrel problems in the garden, it is time to put them all to an end and get your tomato plants back on track. Use these tips to protect your plants and keep the little critters out of the garden and out of your way.
- If you notice any holes in your tomatoes, you may have squirrels that are eating them
- Building a cage is one efficient way to reduce or eliminate the squirrels from eating your tomatoes entirely
- Scare tactics & repellent sprays are also a way to prevent squirrels from eating your tomatoes
“Sometimes, a squirrel may eat a whole tomato, but in a seemingly malicious behavior, they usually take bites out of multiple tomatoes, ruining all of them for you”