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What Is Eating My Weeping Mulberry Leaves?

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Scale insects are serious and damaging pests of a variety of ornamental plants and trees, including weeping mulberry. These insects range in size from 1/16 to 1/8 inches in diameter and have a wax covering that grows over their bodies. The shape of
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Any fruit eating bird or small mammal will happily eat mulberries. In its native range of the Eastern USA and Canada, the fruits are consumed by Jays, cardinals, finches, mockingbirds
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Dogs eat grass as a way to settle their stomach if it's upset from something they ate. Sometimes they eat grass if they are lacking some nutrient in their diet.
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Because he likes them. All dogs eat greens of some sort from time to time. Means nothing more than they like them. Has nothing to do with diet deficiencies.
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