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Re: voles

Hello list members,
	A couple of years ago we had a real problem with voles, partly my
fault as the sib iris bed wasn't getting trimmed down in the fall. The
voles ate the middles out of many of my large sib clumps and ate all
but two of my asiatic lilies. There was full season snow cover over the
bed that year so they had a nice cosy place to live and eat. 
	The vole population seems to be back down to normal numbers now so I
hope all the plants make it to spring.

 BEARTOWN Knls. Chesapeakes & GSP's
 Norman & Adrienne Bordo

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