Fertilizing Honeysuckle For Deer


Japanese honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica) is a woody evergreen vine that is very nutritious for deer. It can constitute a major portion of the seasonal diet and in some cases the year-round diet of white-tailed deer in the Southeast. The leaves and seeds also are eaten by cottontail rabbits, northern bobwhites, and eastern wild turkeys.

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