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Spent 5 days at camp brushoggin and minor maintenance. Too lazy to google tonite. In august we plan on removing as much of the autum olive in our upper field. Mixed in are these bushes which leaf wise look similar to AO but do not have silvery underside . Right now they are loaded with red berries. What are they and should we keep for food/habitat? Future plans are to have some strip food plots across this 3-4 acre field.

Also some of these vines which have orangeyellow berries in the fall are climbing the trees behind the camper. I remember they were a oriental something or other , any guesses?
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-11-2018, 10:06 PM
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The shrubs with the red berries are probably bush honeysuckle, they are an invasive. Im not sure what th3 vine stuff is though.

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Looks like Honeysuckle and Bittersweet to me.

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Thanks guys

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I`m going with honyscuckle and bittersweet too.

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Looks like Honeysuckle and Bittersweet to me.
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