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March 27
Deer population causing invasive plants to take over our forests?

A recent article in ScienceDaily titled "Excessive deer populations hurt native plant biodiversity" shares how an over population of deer is hurting native plant growth. Landowners seek best management practices as these challenges arise.

For article view University of Miami. "Excessive deer populations hurt native plant biodiversity." ScienceDaily, 20 March 2014.

Resources:
Coping with wildlife damage​, Purdue EVERYTHING Wildlife
How to Build a Plastic Mesh Deer Exclusion Fence, Purdue Extension Publication

Purdue Forestry & Natural Resources Extension

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