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June Zellers
June Zellers with lettuce grown safely inside the protection of a low electric fence. Note the charger housing in the background. Adam Tomash photo for the Summer 2010 Maine Organic Farmer & Gardener.


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Fence energizerWhen the corn is coming in or the cabbage transplants just went out, I have trouble sleeping unless I know my “babies” are safe and won’t be devoured in the night by hungry herbivores. So a long time ago I vowed to keep those herbivores away from my food, preferably without killing them.

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White oak treeI have worked for MOFGA for nearly 20 years as the “answer man,” and questions about treated lumber have come in every spring when gardeners and farmers start building projects or replacing fence posts.

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When utilizing electric fencing, you cannot have too many ground rods.

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