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Plant damage

I need sugestions for cause as there has been serious damage to two Adiantum
pedatum at Whitehall.    Something took the whole top off of two plants
leaving about twelve inches of  stipe sticking up.  Several other plants of
A. pedatum and A. aleuticum are untouched.  It looks like a deer broused on
it.  I have never seen anything like it on these ferns in the roughly twenty
years I have grown them in an area where there were a number of deer
Ralph in Shelbyville, KY

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