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Re: weather/deer

Deer like windfall apples, so imagine they would eat crabapples too. They
will strip bark from fruit trees & nip the twigs. Hope your tree is only
lightly sampled.
Judy B
From: <Cersgarden@aol.com>
...     The deer have found my garden.  We looked out the window and
wondered who
> walked thru my garden.  Lo, the dreaded animal.  From the 2nd story window
> can see they spent much time around one of the crabs and also the
> crab.  Do they eat remaining apples? It is to deep to venture out to see
> they did any damage to the trees.
>     Last nite temps were much warmer.  -7 Sun night.

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