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    #3891868 - 03/09/05 10:58 AM (13 years, 1 month ago)

I have a lot of deer where i live and was wondering if deer eat poppy? I know they eat mj. Those bastards. There everywhere around me you can see em almost everyday at my house. But anyway I was wondering if they would eat my crop when i plant it? If so I may have to get a gun and lwn chair to sit there and guard lol j/j. Thanks for the help guys. :tongue:


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Re: Quick Q. [Re: pinkfloydms]
    #3893177 - 03/09/05 05:05 PM (13 years, 1 month ago)

i have nonactive poppy's in my garden and i have not had a problem with deer comming and eating them.


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Re: Quick Q. [Re: pinkfloydms]
    #3893409 - 03/09/05 06:03 PM (13 years, 1 month ago)

If they are hungry enough, they will probably nibble/eat your plants. To prevent this, get some predator urine/feces, or a product called Liquid Fence. You can put up a fence, but it would have to be pretty sturdy since deer have been know to just knock the mesh wire fences down. Fishing line at different heights is actually a good option (the fishing line of at least 50 pound strength) because since it's clear, the deer bump into it, can't the line, get scared and run away.

All that probably isn't necessary though, lots of people don't have problems with deer. On the other hand, deer have been known to devour entire crops (that is more towards marijuana, I haven't heard of deer eating poppies - I don't know that many poppies growers though).


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Re: Quick Q. [Re: theocean06]
    #3893937 - 03/09/05 07:43 PM (13 years, 1 month ago)

Poppies have pretty lush vegatation, I wouldnt put it past deer or anyother veg eating mammal to get it.


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    #3893951 - 03/09/05 07:48 PM (13 years, 1 month ago)

ive got 2 ideas incase they do munch on poppys. grow other shit somehwhere near but not too close such as lettuce so they eat that instead. also making a hot pepper wash actually repells animals from eating on plants. get hot pepper into water. and spray on. although during a rain storm it washes off. but i have done this in past and deer and rabbits will stop eating.


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Re: Quick Q. [Re: jben]
    #3893971 - 03/09/05 07:51 PM (13 years, 1 month ago)

If you dont want them eating them, then put a fence around them. Only for sure way.


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    #3893995 - 03/09/05 07:55 PM (13 years, 1 month ago)

or that, but then... if its in a "feild or someplace random" wont people see a fence around poppies and be like hmm. then call cops or other authority figures. which could be real bitch because as we all know people have nothing better to do than be nosey and get other people in trouble.


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