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bird control for gardensIf you’re a homeowner who takes pride in growing your own fruit trees, vegetable gardens and berry bushes, you no doubt have had a run in with pest birds. As you’ve painfully learned, birds can destroy ripening fruit and vegetables, picking holes in them and leaving rotting remains on the ground. 

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Posted in Bird Control By Fran Prisco

Gull-Cat cat decoyDepending on where you live, boating season is alive and well.  Birds not only go to buildings and trees when they are migrating, but they also find boats are a great landing spot.  Lots of high points they can perch on.  There are also birds that can be a problem all year round.  When a seagull, for instance, spots your vessel they will easily make it their home.  Boat owners are constantly battling the pest bird.  

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Posted in Bird Deterrents By Kathy Fritsch

goose controlToday’s geese are highly adaptable and settle in quickly to their surroundings. These large birds live long and produce many offspring. And they’ll soon be scouting for roosting and nesting sites for spring. Unless you prepare for their spring arrival with effective and humane goose deterrents/repellents, you can expect some costly headaches around your home and yard. Chief among these is large accumulations of goose droppings, which are not only unsightly and odorous, but can create a health risk, especially if you have a pool or spa.  Geese will also trample any small plants and flowerbeds you’ve been nurturing. 

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Posted in Goose control By Fran Prisco

Tomatoes are one of the most common plants growing in the typical backyard garden.  There is no tomato you can buy that tastes better than a home grown, vine ripened sweet tomato.  They are challenging to grow but when done effectively, the outcome can be very fruitful.  There are many tips on how to best grow this popular plant.  Starting at the top, tomatoes need lots of light.  Sunshine is a needed element to a healthy plant.   Plant them in the sunniest part of the garden.  Many gardeners have invested both time and money only to find their precious tomato plants enjoyed by the birds.  Pest birds are not needed in the garden.  How do we live harmoniously with these pests?  What would an effective bird control product entail to protect the tomatoes and other garden plants?  

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Posted in Bird Control By Fran Prisco

It takes work to till, plant and weed a garden. But the results are worth it—flowers, fruits and vegetables you can proudly share with family and friends. The problem is birds. They like your garden too.

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Posted in Bird Deterrents By Fran Prisco
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