[NAFEX] muslim bags for grapes?

Nate nrhora at gmail.com
Thu Jul 13 11:21:51 EDT 2006


Just recalled that a couple of bears foilaging around, doesn't really
constitute a team, more like a pairing. The most I've seen gather at
one place is prehaps three, but that is a rarity at best.

On 7/13/06, Nate <nrhora at gmail.com> wrote:
> From recent incidents, we have noticed that some bears have been
> hungerly eating the wild grapes in our back yard. It seems that they
> have a communication process in place, where they somehow manage to
> find out the territories they are in. I sometimes wonder how they do
> that? You wouldn't think bears would be able to even initiate some
> form of communication, them being fairly isolated and secluded and
> all.
>
> Since the recent heat wave we've been having here, they've most
> certainly have become more active....maybe working in teams has in the
> long run benefited them all. It's all about survivability of the
> fittest, but you wonder how their social interaction skills are?
>
> On 7/13/06, Erdman, James <ErdmanJ at uwstout.edu> wrote:
> > We have raccoons around us, but the only crop they have bothered enough to notice was when we still grew sweet corn.  The only problem we have with grapes is birds as they ripen.
> >
> > Jim, in Menomonie, WI, cold edge of zone 4
> >
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> > From: nafex-bounces at lists.ibiblio.org on behalf of list at ginda.us
> > Sent: Wed 7/12/2006 10:56 PM
> > To: NAFEX
> > Subject: [NAFEX] muslim bags for grapes?
> >
> >
> >
> > I would like to attempt to protect my baby grapes from raccoons and
> > other predators.  Since I've never had grapes before, and no one near
> > me seems to grow them, the locals don't yet know what they are - or
> > so I hope.  I was wondering if hiding them in a cloth bag, or some
> > other barrier, might be effective.
> >
> > Any suggestions welcome.  Any source of bags also welcome.
> >
> > Thanks.
> > Ginda
> >
> >
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