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One has to create a foot-deep trough or so, place the fence into the trough, and keep it covered over with rocks or cement to assure keeping these critters out!
But unfortunately, you can't create such structures where it matters most--your garden gate!
I could just picture them doing all this and it reminds me of all my struggles with my deer and what we go through to have a simple garden!
“Actually, Javelinas can show up at almost any time, but they ALWAYS show up for a meal or two in late summer.
I don't know where they came from or where they go, but they come in late August and September like clockwork. Javelinas and any wild pig, being "rooters," can shove their snouts into any kind of ground with enough determination to get under any fencing structure, lift up the fence wire, just enough, to get under the fence, and feast.
And, sure enough last weekend, Saturday morning around 7 am, at least one Javelina (it is rare for Javelinas to travel alone; more likely it was a family) got into the garden and ate a few yellow squash plants, stomped in the dirt where we'd just planted radishes, knocked over some seedlings, and stomped into the ground some greens on the way to the squash.
In other words, they only messed up a small section of garden (they could have wiped it out..I still don't know why they didn't).
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So this is what we've done: fill up water buckets with water (that can also be used to water the garden); put the buckets right in front of the gate so that Javelinas CANNOT get under the gate without toppling over four water buckets onto themselves (Javelinas do not like water on them!