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Re: squrriels

In a message dated 3/31/1999 2:12:13 PM Central Standard Time, Betbarr@aol.com

<< You people are on the wrong track - I've trained mine to come to the
 birdfeeder and they have such fun playing squirrel games that they have no
 time for mischief in the garden. >>

Hi All!
I have been following the discussion re squirrels and am somewhat surprised
that they play havoc with hostas. We have a lot of them and I have not
detected any damage caused by them. Could it perhaps be that rabbits are the
At any rate, one way to pacify squirrels is to set out some dried corn. This
is an inexpensive way to keep them out of your hosta beds. Also, no matter
what you do, they will return.

Clyde Crockett z5
P.S. Central Indianans--what kind of squirrels do we have here? Perhaps ours
are less aggressive??
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