[nafex] paw paws, critter proof?

Tom Volkening volkenin at mail.lib.msu.edu
Fri Dec 21 08:36:58 EST 2001


Boyd,
I have had a similar experience with my two paw paws. I live in semi-rural
area with too many deer.  The deer that dine on plants on my property also
seem to leave the paw paws alone. 


Eagle MI zone 5 not far from Lansing MI.



Tom Volkening
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Michigan State University
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              volkenin at egr.msu.edu


-----Original Message-----
From: boyd manges [mailto:bmanges at yahoo.com]
Sent: Friday, December 21, 2001 8:26 AM
To: nafex at yahoogroups.com
Subject: [nafex] paw paws, critter proof?


I live in a partially developed area with too many
deer...the nice suburban front yards have cages around
their crab apple trees...and I've notice that the deer
(and voles?) seem to avoid my paw paws.  Have others
had the same experience...if so pawpaws could be a
great choice for high deer traffic fruit trees.  They
also make the best ice cream ever!! 

boyd manges z5 petoskey, MI

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