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« Reply #60 on: October 18, 2008, 09:45:22 PM »

j41 Hey look you got a Whole Trailer Full!!!!
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Well yeah those  s53 deer and  s53 coons get everything and they destroy fields over night  s80

try planting pumpkins or squash near the corn patch, the tiny needle like structures on the squash/pumpkin plants keep coons at bay.  They dont seem to like the feeling of something poking them. You can probably  use just about any plant that has thorns or needlelike structures on them, raspberries are another one.
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« Reply #61 on: October 19, 2008, 05:34:07 AM »

j41 Hey look you got a Whole Trailer Full!!!!
 j44

Well yeah those  s53 deer and  s53 coons get everything and they destroy fields over night  s80

try planting pumpkins or squash near the corn patch, the tiny needle like structures on the squash/pumpkin plants keep coons at bay.  They dont seem to like the feeling of something poking them. You can probably  use just about any plant that has thorns or needlelike structures on them, raspberries are another one.

Tell that the coons down here. I quess they haven't  s12 yet.

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