Monthly Archives: June 2014

How to never have a serious poison ivy rash again!

Holding Poison Ivy

I am very allergic to poison ivy yet am no longer afraid to touch it because I understand how to avoid getting a rash. When I retired as a research scientist I had been involved in studies of wound healing,

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Posted in gardening, toxic plants, Uncategorized, wildlife habitat

Use of an Arborist’s Hook to Pull Down Trees When Hinge Cutting to Create a Deer Bedding Area

Here I use an arbortist’s hook to push or pull down about 100 trees in 2 hours all by myself. It is an indispensable tool because it allows you to guide the tree to the ground while maintaining a solid

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I destroy a Buck Bed!

Natural whitetail buck bed

I found this buck bed in a small willow stand next to my CRP field. It is a classic example of a buck bed with overhanging willow trees and easy escape results, in good cover, and with an unfortunate view

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