After much research on natural repellants, I got repeted feedback that rabbits do not like strong odors, or hot spicy.......................
I read some recipes, and devised my own........
! gallon of water
7 garlic cloves, smashed
6 ghost peppers finely sliced
I mixed all these in the water and then let it boil in the hot sun for the whole day.
A very small amount was poured on and around the remaining grasses and possible edible plantings.
I am pleased to say the odor to me was not too bad, and not one plant has been touched since, and that was three days ago. I am sure I will need to retreat every so often, until the rabbits get retrained to avoid my yard and plants.
I would say this will work well in garden application as well, but I strongly would suggest treating around the plants, and not applying this to anything you plan to eat as it is likely to retain the ghost pepper heat and garlic for some time afterwards.....
Just thought others might like this non toxic and proven effective rabbit repellant.
Edited by coorsmikey, 28 August 2017 - 10:00 PM.
Added definition for folks in different climates :)