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Old 07-07-2016, 09:43 PM   #1
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DARN Thieves, caught in the action.

They won't leave my tree alone.
Maybe this Fall, Apricot stuffed Venison!

Look at the knobs one that one fellas head, I count seven.

They even took time to play, a little.
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Don't you know you're not supposed to feed the deer?
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I was just thinking "is owning a tree considered baiting the deer?". ;-)
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I was just thinking "is owning a tree considered baiting the deer?". ;-)
It's FENCED
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I think that's kinda cool. But then they're not eating the fruit off my trees.
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Such beautiful animals... And so tasty after dining on fruit.
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At least your tree has fruit.....


WE had a early warming .......pear tree & apricot tree blossomed full bloom then really cold spell hit.

NO fruit this year!

So count your blessings.....deer can only reach 'so high'
(birds will get the rest)
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We seem to get a bumper crop every other year. Late frost or heavy wind, or bad luck.
The birds don't seem to bother the apricots, but they play heck with the cherries.

Problem is the Deer can reach higher than the DW, so I have to do all the picking.

She says "When the Buck Stops Here, they're Ripe, time to Pick"
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We have an extended reach pruner from amazon that works well.

It holds the branch cut so you can grab it to dispose of it.

But using that it is great for picking fruit by clipping the stem or small branch and retrieving it.

Critters get the easy ones but internal ones left alone usually...
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