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Repellents for Protection of Young Forest Trees From Rabbit and Rodent Damage

Rabbit and rodent damage is the limiting factor in establishing many plantations of young forest trees. Shooting, trapping, and poisoning are methods of eliminating the animals involved, but it is frequently more practical to control the damage than to control the animal numbers. Treatment with chemical repellents is a damage-reduction procedure, and generally provides young trees excellent protection from rabbit and rodent attacks.


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Author(s): James R. Tigner, Jerome F. Besser

Publication: Tree Planters' Notes - Issue 51 (1962)

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