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Re: incredible dracunculus

Hi All:

>At 03:13 PM 6/11/99 -0500, you wrote:
>>Stacy and aroiders;
>>     I doubt the Dracunculus would do much as a deer
>>repellent, only staying in bloom a few days out of the
>>year.  At our place (in the 'bush' of central GA) only
>>a 15 ft. fence is enough.  But be it noted that aroids
>>(of which I've several) don't seem to ever be victims
>>of the deer at all, and most of mine are outside this
>>fence.  Does anyone concur, or duspute?
>>       Bob Burns-
>Being a landscaper on Hilton Head Island, SC, a place with a nationaly
>known deer problem, I would have to say that most aroids are resistant to
>deer browsing. But.... they will defanatly eat caladiums. No experience
>with dracunculus. I'll have to try it on the deer heer.

I say it again: Deer will avoid plants treated with sulphur powder. Cats
avoid areas when the stuff is dusted on the soil.

Cheap. Easy.


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