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How To Use Pepper On Your Lawn To Keep Coyotes Away For Good
When it comes to coyotes venturing onto your home turf, treating your lawn with cayenne pepper is a humane and effective method you can use to deter them.
After you sprinkle their hotspots with a hearty dusting of cayenne pepper, the strong scent will dissuade them from visiting, while hiding the smell of any appealing food sources.
Another effective strategy to keep coyotes away is to make a homemade mixture using one Spanish onion, a jalapeño pepper, and 1 tablespoon of cayenne pepper.
Chop up both the onion and jalapeño and add them to a pot with 2 quarts of water and cayenne pepper. Then, stir thoroughly and simmer on medium-high for about 20 minutes.
Once cooled, strain the chunky pieces using a cheesecloth. Pour the repellant into a garden sprayer and give any hot spots an ample soaking for two weeks.