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    From my experience deer only go after trees with thin bark. It depends on the species, once a tree develops its mature bark they are generally protected. However, some species like maple can take much longer and some species like aspen never develop ...

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    Most specs I see require trees be limbed up 7 feet or so Sent from my iPad ------Original Message------ Maybe if the nurseries would leave lower laterals on trunk, we wouldn't need tree wrap... We put decorative protection around trees to protect ...

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    Maybe if the nurseries would leave lower laterals on trunk, we wouldn't need tree wrap... We put decorative protection around trees to protect from people, why not use large square wire fencing to protect from animals. If ground rodents aren't a problem ...