Should You Plant Apple Trees for Wildlife? | Pay Dirt
Season 1, Episode 1 • 9m 48s
S1.E1: Bill Winke looks into the long-term benefits of planting apple trees for wildlife. This is a critical step in creating year-round food sources. Most fruits peak from August to October, which feeds wildlife and makes for great early season hunting spots, too. Plant fruit trees to add diversity, attract more deer, and increase the value of your property.
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