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Preventing Deer Damage to your Trees and Shrubs
Wildland Resources Faculty Publications
  • M. Schwender
  • Michael Kuhns, Utah State University
Document Type
Article
Publisher
Utah State University Extension
Publication Date
1-1-2013
Abstract

Deer/human conflicts have increased due to growing deer populations, limited resources and suburban development in deer habitat. In winter, deer often browse in residential landscapes. This can be reduced by selecting unpalatable plants, protecting woody plants with burlap or trunk protectors, and using deer repellent. In extreme cases, deer can be completely excluded with a fence.

Citation Information
Schwender, M. and M.R. Kuhns. 2013. Preventing deer damage to your trees and shrubs. Utah State Univ. Extension Forest Facts, NR/FF/022 (pr). 8 pp.