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“rabbits and deer immediately stopped eating my flowers – I was truly blown away at its effectiveness.” I was skeptical when I first bought Plantskydd.  I had tried everything to discourage deer – Irish Spring soap, egg-based sprays, pepper sprays, urine, Skoot, electric fence – you name it.  My frustration intensified when the rabbit population… View Article

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Plantskydd works by emitting an odor that animals associate with predator activity. Research has proven that odor-based repellents (Plantskydd) are more effective than other repellent systems; where the animal needs to taste treated plants before being repelled. Animals avoid plants before they bite—not after!

Its long-term effectiveness is attributable to the tenacity of its 100% natural, vegetable oil binder in sticking to plants — even under severe snow/rainfall conditions: up to 6 months over winter, 3-4 months in summer.

“rabbits and deer immediately stopped eating my flowers – I was truly blown away at its effectiveness.” I was skeptical when I first bought Plantskydd.  I had tried everything to discourage deer – Irish Spring soap, egg-based sprays, pepper sprays, urine, Skoot, electric fence – you name it.  My frustration intensified when the rabbit population… View Article

“VOLE update:  There is absolutely no sign of voles.  No holes, no mounds, no vole damage.” I actually worked in my flower bed this weekend, doing some preliminary cleaning. So, I was able to really survey the situation. There is absolutely no sign of voles. No holes, no mounds, no damage. I actually have black… View Article

Lev Lvovich Sedov ( Russian : Лев Львович Седов , also known as Leon Sedov ; 24 February 1906 – 16 February 1938) was the son of the Russian Communist leader Leon Trotsky and his second wife Natalia Sedova . He was born when his father was in prison facing life imprisonment for having participated in the first Soviet Revolution of 1905 .

He lived separately from his parents after the October Revolution in order not to be seen as privileged. He married in 1925 at the age of 19, and had a son, Lev, the following year. In 1935-1939, while in Paris, Sedov and his partner, Jeanne Martin, also took in and cared for his young nephew, Vsevolod Volkov , called "Sieva" by the family (and who later, in Mexico, took the name Esteban Volkov ), the son of Sedov's late half-sister, Zina . [1]

Sedov supported his father in the struggle against Joseph Stalin and became a leader of the Trotskyist movement in his own right. He accompanied his parents into exile in 1929, and then moved to Berlin in 1931. Just before Hitler came to power in 1933, Sedov was able to move to Paris [2] where he went to work as a Parisian laborer and became an important activist in the Trotskyist movement. He was frequently followed by agents of the Soviet NKVD . [1]