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Topic - Jim Parkhurst
Appropriate material needs to be used for the fence, he says.
For gardeners who are having difficulties with destructive animals, 90 percent of their problems can be solved by installing a fence, says Jim Parkhurst, associate professor in the department of fisheries and wildlife science at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg.