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The most common damage caused by deer is made by its eating part of the plant. Because deer lack upper incisors, browsed twigs and stems show a rough, shredded surface.

Other less frequent forms of damage include trampling and damage to trees and shrubs caused by antler rubbing.

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Deer problem

Question from Joan Kemp

Any suggestions for stopping deer munching vegetables?

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  • Posted: Wed. 6th April 2022 22:48

Deer in garden

Question from philippe berthoud

Where can I find a list of plants that are deer tolerant?

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  • Posted: Tue. 26th October 2010 11:48
  • Last reply: Thu. 28th October 2010 06:57