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Posted by StephenRay on 15:57:37 7/21/2011 from 199.159.160.213:

I have the best ten tomato plants in the country with lots of tomatoes, but I think it is squirrels that are getting most of them. Where can I post the bite mark pictures on a tomato? Anybody know what squirrel bite marks look like? I have some traps set, have a heart and Conibear 110 and rat traps. So far they are not taking the black walnut bait. I will try more peanut butter. It has been over 100 degrees here for a week. I think they like the moisture.



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