The Q&A Archives: Gardening

Question: How do I get rid of a resident ground hog which is eating my tomatos.

Answer: Groundhogs seem to eat a wide variety of plants, and they are dangerous near people -- they are highly unpredictable and can inflict terrible bites. Instead of trying to trap them yourself, I would suggest you work with your local animal control department. For other ideas, contact your local cooperative extension office. Contact Penn State Cooperative Extension, 111 N 49th St, Philadelphia, PA 19139,
(215) 471-2200. Good luck with your project!

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