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Pruning In Winter

Late winter is a great time for pruning, since plants are dormant, pruning now will promote fast regrowth in the spring and leaves the plants with extra energy reserves that will support new growth on the remaining branches. Plus it’s much easier to prune a plant without its leaves when you can easily see the branching structure and there’s less chance of transmitting diseases from one plant to another or attracting insects to fresh pruning wounds.

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Looking for a new hunt? Try Javelina.

Javelina, also known as peccary, collared peccary or skunk pig, are frequently misunderstood by outdoorsmen. But can make for a fine hunt.

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