If you have not covered or protected your fruit trees from the moose, you may want to do so immediately. Deep snows and scarce moose feed has already created problems in Anchorage and the Mat-Su Valley. For a quick solution it is advisable to cover fruit trees less than 5 feet tall with landscape cloth or bird netting. These products will breathe and not retain water. More permanent structures can be built out of a 1 x 2 inch wood frame and chicken wire which can be built in the shape of a screen door frame and wired together in sets of three or more. Make sure the moose cannot reach down through the top. This type of fence can be frozen to the ground with water or slush ice so it will not blow over or be knocked down. This fence can be dismantled in sections and stored during the summer months. Permanent fencing is a good idea to prevent dogs and children from ruining your trees or fruit. Large dogs such as my Akita, Niko, cannot resist the temptation to chew and destroy fruit stems and branches in the spring when the sap starts to flow or at any other time she happens to feel like it. 1 now have my fruit trees enclosed within a five foot wire fence in my back yard.
— Erik Simpson
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