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Prime Season For Deer Damage In Gardens

Posted by Jennifer Smith on 14th May 2020

Deer are the most complained about wild animal from home gardeners; and the eating frenzy never seems to end with them - that is because, it doesn't. In the winter, natural resources are scarce, … read more

Tick Movement In Winter

29th Nov 2019

Outdoor enthusiasts may be under the impression that once the temperatures drop, and snow is on the ground, that ticks must be a thing of the past - unfortunately, they are mistaken. As long as t … read more

Gardening Tasks In April

Posted by Jennifer Smith on 1st Apr 2019

Now that spring is here, gardeners are excited to feel warmer weather and get started on planting crops in the garden including carrots,onions, peppers, tomatoes and an array of leafy greens. But, bef … read more

Dare To Plant Flowers For Birds?

Posted by Jennifer Smith on 27th Nov 2018

At first, gardeners that plant flowers for birds, such as cardinals, finches and chickadees may think they are doing a great service. After all, birds need to eat, too; and the early bird doesn't alwa … read more

Who First Spread Lyme Disease?

Posted by Jennifer Smith on 15th Mar 2018

It's easy enough for us to point the finger at the white-tailed deer; but history shows that deer herds are not responsible for the spread of ticks and Lyme Disease. The white-footed mouse carrie … read more

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