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deer damage

Yew

Taxus cuspidata There is a yew for you--no matter what size or shape you need, sun or shade--when you want a low maintenance hardy evergreen shrub. Yew species and varieties have vastly different growth characteristics, so be sure to check a yew’s tag carefully. They vary from 50’ tall to dwarf,...

Use of Baited Polywire/Polytape Fencing to Protect Forest Plantations

Deer browsing in snow
The use of baited polywire/polytape (BPP) fencing to protect field and row crops, home gardens, orchards, forest plantations, and other small acreage areas up to three acres and sometimes larger has been demonstrated by a number of studies and professional publications. There is relatively little...
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