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“ How to Keep Small Animals Out of Your Plants. ”

Story by Mr_InterWebz , written 10 years ago 1153 views65 votes
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1.Slim long sticks, if you can't find the ones I used at your local store chop sticks work great.



2. If you wants to use a stick to hold your plant up you'll need string or dental floss.



3. Now you're going to need a plant, here's mine.




Now on to the egg, take as many of the sticks as you need, and stick them in the dirt along the pot's edge, I suggest not making the space between each stick to far apart and not to close to allow sunlight to your plant.



If you want to use a stick to hold your plant up, just stick one next to your plant but not to far down you don't want to damage your plant's root system.



That's my egg for today, I hope you enjoyed.

To RE mods - This IS NOT a drug egg, the plant I used is a type of mint, and this egg is not intended for drug purposes of any kind. Sorry about the mix up with my last egg.
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