Deer Repellent Combination Products for Both Taste and Odor Action
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Deer Repellent Tips
Can be applied to
vegetable plants and fruit trees up to two weeks before harvest.Tested in a four year study by Rutgers University in New Jersey repelling deer longer than 35 other substances. Lasts 3 months. Made from biodegradable food products, it
is safe for humans and the environment. It is both an odor and taste repellent.It does not change the color of leaves or flowers.
This is a
two-part system for making plants taste bitter to deer. Start with Repellex
Systemic Deer Repellent Tablets. Place tablets into the container, into the soil
at planting time or into root contact on more mature plants. In about a month,
the plant tastes bitter to pests. Tablets are also a 14-2-2 fertilizer. For
annuals, perennials and deciduous plants, the tablets will last one full growing
season. For evergreens and slower growing ornamentals they will last two full
While the tablets are taking effect, spray Repellex
Liquid Concentrate Deer Repellent for immediate protection. One quart of
Repellex Liquid makes one gallon of ready-to-use product. One application makes
the plants smell and taste bad. Lasts about 3 months. To compare prices on Repellex go to Repellent Reviews- RepellexDeer Ban™
A combination of 6 different natural repellents.
Shotgun®made by Bonide Products, Inc. contains putrescent whole egg solids,garlic, and capsaicin, to protect flowers, shrubs, and trees from deer with both an odor and taste deterrent. Shotgun uses all natural ingredients and it leaves no visible residue.
Deer Blocker®manufactured by Dr. T, contains putrescent eggs and garlic. It also contains capsaicin to produce burning in the mouthes of the deer. Applications do not change the color of the leaves or flowers.
Ro-Pel® combines the bitterest tasting substance ever discovered with a non-toxic solvent system to
allow it to adhere to different surfaces. Applied full strength,
Ropel has no unpleasant odor. It can be used on trees, saplings, plants,bulbs, and seeds, but can NOT be used on edible plants or crops. Do not apply on sugar
maple trees if the sap is to be harvested for syrup.
One gallon of ready-to-use Ro-Pel® will treat 1,000 to 4,000 square feet.
Liquid Fence® Deer and Rabbit
Repellent Made from putrescent eggs, garlic,sodium sulfate, and
potasium sorbate, liquid fence comes with a 100% money back guarantee. One
gallon of concentrate will make 16 gallons of spray. It is environmentally safe
and dries odorless.It is recommended to spray it on, then repeat one week later,
then spray plants once a month thereafter.
Deerbusters Deer I Repellent
Deerbusters premium liquid deer repellent repels deer by taste and odor. Contains highly tested ingredients of putrescent egg garlic hot pepper making this deer repellent safe for children and pets. Forms a long lasting year round foliar spray for shrubbery trees flowers and ornamentals. These natural ingredients will not leave an offensive odor to people and our repellent can be applied without fear of discoloration or residue on flowers and other delicate plants. A special rain resistant formula allows for up to 3 months of residual on all plant types. Deerbusters Deer Repellent Sprays have also been used to repel rabbits. 1 gallon of concentrate treats 1200-1600 4 ft high shrubs or flowers and makes 8 gallons.
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The product works great. The key is to put it on when plants first start growing and apply more often for faster growing plants since the product can …
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I cannot get rid of that awful odor that the deer repellent leaves. How can I git rid of that smell? It will not go away! Any advice is appreciated.
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