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Deer Damage Vegetable Garden

Posted Dec 29 2009 5:19pm

The deer have been eating the exposed green leaves whilst the snow was on the ground and they have done considerable damage in the vegetable garden.

sprout-leaves-eaten-by-deer

sprout-leaves-eaten-by-deer

The deer have eaten the Brussels sprout leaves and some tops.

deer-damaged-sprouts

deer-damaged-sprouts

It is the Brussels sprout plants at the end of the rows which have suffered.

deer-eat-sprout-row

deer-eat-sprout-row

The cabbage had a better covering of snow, but a couple must have been sticking out far enough to be tempting!

cabbage-eaten-by-deer

cabbage-eaten-by-deer

The cabbages are now covered with a net just in case!

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cabbage-in-snow

It is nice to see the deer, and so far we can afford to share some greens with them.

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deer-full-of-garden

Do you know of anyone else suffering damage from deer in the vegetable garden?

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