Deer repellents: Sprays found not harmful to foliage on two-year-old trees
Walter E. Howard, University of California College of Agriculture
Henry A. Hjersman, Division of Fish and Game
California Agriculture 5(9):7-7. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v005n09p7.
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Deer repellents sprayed on two-year-old fruit and nut trees did not damage the foliage, even at twice the strength recommended by the manufacturers and when sprayed as often as every two weeks.
Walter E. Howard is Assistant Zoologist, University of California College of Agriculture, Davis. Henry A. Hjersman is Game Biologist, Division of Fish and Game, San Francisco.
The above progress report is based on Research Project No. 1341.