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Re: Am I hurting my Cedar Trees?

Re: Am I hurting my Cedar Trees?
Posted by: James_Martin (IP Logged)
Date: December 13, 2012 05:10

Rodents generally like to set up their base in places which are dry and where they can chew and eat without much problem. One of the best places would be your garden. If you crowd the base of your cedar tree with potted plants and grow an ivy on the side of the trunk then rodents may set up your favorite tree as their home and chew upon the tree and damage it in the long run. Better keep the base clean and tidy. You may also seek proper guidance from a tree removal specialist, since they will have knowledge about the same.

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|  Am I hurting my Cedar Trees? Carlene 09/11/2012 13:52
||  Re: Am I hurting my Cedar Trees? James_Martin 13/12/2012 05:10

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