Do rabbits eat tomatoes

As cute as rabbits are, they can be very destructive to the garden you're carefully tending to provide food for yourself and your family.

Do Rabbits Eat Tomato Plants?

A wild rabbit's diet is not a picky one and they will absolutely pilfer your tomato plants — along with many other wild and domestic critters

Aren't Tomato Leaves Poisonous?

Yes, tomato leaves and stalks are parts of the tomato plant that are toxic, whereas the fruits are not.

8 Ways To Keep Rabbits Away from Your Tomato Plants

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Raised Beds

One of the top benefits of raised bed gardening is that a raised bed can be enough of a deterrent for a rabbit, especially when paired with some other ideas from this list.

Fencing

You can cheaply and quickly throw up some snow fencing and t-posts and that can serve as a temporary fencing solution for your garden.

Motion Activated Sprinkler

A motion activated sprinkler can be a great deterent for rabbits who do not like getting wet, and also will be startled at the sudden water falling.

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