Make your own rabbit repellent - fill a milk jug with water, add 5 crushed garlic cloves, 1 tsp.crushed red peppers and 1 Tbsp. of dish soap. Shake well; let it sit in the sun for a day or two to make sure the water is saturated with the flavors and smells. Shake well, then spray or pour on the plants that you don't want the rabbits to eat.
Use Old Coffee Grinds in your garden. Tomatoes love it!! They add nitrogen to the soil, boost foliage growth and deter pests. If you don't drink much coffee, Starbucks gives away coffee grounds in their Grounds for Gardens programs.
How to get rid of squash bugs and companion plants to discourage them. I plant 1 radish seed in every squash plant, cucumber, & pumpkin let it go...flower for the bees...and pods to collect the seeds for next year! The radish plant does not interfer with the growing of the other plants no matter how big the radish root gets!!!