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Why Are the Deer Eating My Tomatoes?

It’s bad enough that you spend all summer fighting against the ravages of insect pests and unreliable weather to keep your vegetable garden thriving, but then still end up losing your plants to roaming deer. Why are they eating your … Continue reading

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Garden and Lawn Plants that Resist Deer Damage

Though deer are notorious foragers and can wreak havoc on a vegetable garden if they are hungry in your yard, there are a few plants they definitely will ignore. Whether it’s the taste or the smell, some vegetables are not … Continue reading

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Summer Deer Behavior and the Damage it Can Cause

Living near wooded areas can be lovely until wildlife comes visiting to cause damage to your yard or garden. In particular, deer can be a real nuisance. While they are a problem any time of year, there are some aspects … Continue reading

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Review of Mechanical Deer Repellent Devices

Though chemical and scented products are known to be excellent deer repellents, there are also a few mechanical devices on the market that are pretty good at keeping deer at bay. Though there are many different types on the market, … Continue reading

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Creating a Deer Proof Yard for this Spring

Winter is soon coming to an end, and that means the new growth of spring is around the corner. And with all that new green, you can expect deer won’t be far behind. Here are a few thoughts on how … Continue reading

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Winter Time Care for Your Yard

Though most gardening chores are put on the back-burner during the winter months, there are some things you can be doing to ensure a healthy spring for your lawn and garden. Look for Pests Plant-eating animals that are scrounging for … Continue reading

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Signs that Deer Are On Your Property

Seeing a deer can be a lovely experience, though they can also be a serious nuisance in the yard. The problem is that you can have a persistent deer problem without ever actually seeing a deer. The trick is to … Continue reading

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The Impact of Reproductive Seasonality Cycle for Deer on Humans

The reproductive cycle of deer follows a general pattern.  That pattern can be affected by several factors including seasonal changes in temperature, rainfall, and day length.  The unique behaviors displayed by deer during different periods of the cycle can affect … Continue reading

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What do Deer Eat During the Winter?

The winter season can be a challenging time for whitetail deer.  The nutrient-rich foliage and live plant food that they eat during the warm growing seasons is no longer available.  Because of that deer lose a relatively large amount of … Continue reading

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Lyme Disease on the Rise and Stevia Could Offer Cure

According to an article on Foxnews.com: “Stevia, a common coffee sweetener, could be a possible cure for Lyme disease after tests conducted by a Connecticut professor and her students showed it was most effective in treating the tick-borne illness. Professor … Continue reading

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