As odd as it seems, sapsuckers, like their name suggests, feed on tree sap. It’s the way they do it, though, that gets them into hot water with some homeowners and orchardists. We’ve all seen their handiwork, those neat rows of holes -- each about the width of a pencil eraser -- in tree bark. KEITH CORLISS/FORUM NEWS SERVICE
Limiting the impacts of sapsuckers
Challenges facing the home landscaper are many — what to plant, where to plant, how to plant, when to plant.
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