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I have a pomegranate tree that gives me lots of wonderful fruit...if the squirrels don't eat them all. In past years, the squirrel population as skyro...
The squirrels thoroughly damage/eat the pomegranates. If left on the tree, the birds come in and eat what is left. So...
I had some rabbit wire on hand, so just cut a piece large enough to encircle one pomegranate. By manipulating the wire with my hands, I was able to c...
Just cut small lengths of light wire, or mechanic's wire, and twist to secure.
Surround the fruit with the wire, and mold it closed with your hands. Use wire as in previous step to close cage around fruit.
My pomegrantes are left on the tree until the second week of November. At that point, the sugars are at their maximum, and the flavor is optimal. At ...
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