One of the major problems every gardener would have to contend with occasionally is pests and rodents. From small creeping insects to large pesky animals such as chipmunks, you have to be ready to fend them off if you want to record a bountiful harvest at the end of the planting season.
You can employ a strong smell in your garden to keep unwanted chipmunks looking to munch on fresh plants away from your garden. Rodents such as rats, squirrels, and chipmunks rely on their nostrils to lead them to food.
Traps can also prove to be useful when it comes to keeping chipmunks and other rodents out of your garden. Since they are small in size, a rat or mouse trap should also work correctly against chipmunks. You can use any trap to get the job done.
Just in case you have not tried it before, an owl box works to invite owl and other large birds to your garden at night. Owls are one of the predators that like to feed on chipmunks and other smaller rodents, so inviting them to your garden can spell doom for the unwanted visitors causing damage in your yard.
Since they are small animals, chipmunks can find it easy to maneuver past small holes and spaces they may find around your garden. So it is worth it to check for any possible entryways and barricade them to keep all unwanted guests out of your garden.
There is a lot you can do to take back your garden from the hands of pesky chipmunks and others looking to devour all you have in your backyard. You can start with any of the methods outlined previously.