Scientists in Montana say one solution for keeping field mice from devouring precious native grass seed during restoration projects may be to coat the seeds in extremely spicy powder from ghost peppers.
Scientists in Montana say one solution for keeping field mice from devouring precious native grass seed during restoration projects may be to coat the seeds in extremely spicy powder from ghost peppers. Manish Swarup ASSOCIATED PRESS
Scientists in Montana say one solution for keeping field mice from devouring precious native grass seed during restoration projects may be to coat the seeds in extremely spicy powder from ghost peppers. Manish Swarup ASSOCIATED PRESS

Super spicy pepper could stop ravenous mice devouring our grasslands, scientists say

August 06, 2018 10:33 AM