Hey folks. I'm in the planning stages of a small forest garden and I have failed to find any info on a very likely future obstacle that I have no clue how to tackle. The land in question is inhabited by European wild boar, and I need to plan the garden in such a way that they do not become a major problem and uproot all my work. They are not a pest or overly numerous here, but obviously if I do this wrong, the garden will still be screwed. Setting up an electric fence is not going to help, as the boar here have learned to ignore them and go straight through. It would also go against my goal of self-sustainability as I don't have any means to power it except from hooking up to the grid. I know I can never truly remove the risk, but what could I plant that wild boar would not actively seek out? I have already ruled out most vegetables, legumes and root vegetables, because they'd be pig candy before they grow big enough to harvest. The garden will focus on hazel nut trees, but I want to be able to grow edibles that can, eventually, support my family from spring to autumn. I live in a temperate climate, in the middle of Sweden and have about half an acre to do this on. Any sources on gardens in pig land would be absolutely appreciated!