It’s Wednesday again and that means it’s time to Ask The PeeMan! Here are couple of “ratty” questions I have gotten in my PeeMail lately. Enjoy!
My house backs onto a blueberry farm hence I am forever having battles with rats and mice that somehow get into our home. I see that coyote urine is recommended for rats and bobcat urine is recommended for mice. Do you recommend using both urines simultaneously (side by side) for both indoor and outdoor use? Or should I just go with one type and if so, which one?
Rather than having you buy 2 types of urine, start with the CoyotePee and see how it does for both. Here is the link:
Q. I have a large macadamia nut tree which the rats love. They pick the fruit or knock it off. The tree overhangs my roof. I have tried traps with banana, peanut butter, tangerines, avocados but they continue to go back to the nuts. I have even tried the nuts themselves in the traps…no progress. If I get the coyote pee, should I put it on the roof, hang it in the trees, or apply it some other way? Thanks for any information you can give me. I plan to order from you but am unsure of how to do the applications.
A. Spray CoyotePee liberally on the trunk of the tree and ideally also create a “pee-rimeter” back about 20′ feet from the tree. The goal would be to intercept them before they get overwhelmed by the lure of the food source. See these links for more info:
Until I find more words. . .The PeeMan