Rat Control Measures

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1940
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Rats damage plantation trees by ring barking them from ground level upwords in the case of prunned trees, the lower six to nuine inches of the stem are normally atacked .small unprunned stems may be pelled almost compeletely upto a hight of five or six feet species mos commonly damaged ara cypress and cedar and to lesser extent grevillea .other trees have also been atacked .the size of the trees affected varies from small unprunned cedar four feet in height upto cypress with basal diameter of ten inches
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, v (6), p. 423-424