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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

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

The Problem with Pigeons

5/3/2016 2:40 AM

Known variously as rock doves and derisively as ”rats with wings,” pigeons continue to be a major nuisance to today’s homeowners. Failure to deter or repel these prolific birds with effective bird control strategies will result in all sorts of problems for homeowners. Besides physical damage, pigeons can also carry any of 60 known diseases, including salmonella, which makes them even more undesirable as a pest.

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Posted in Bird Control By Fran Prisco

Backyard BBQs are in full swing.  Patio furniture is being used with family and friends.  Pools are being used.    Summer parties are being enjoyed.  You want to show off your flourishing garden to your guests.  Make sure you have a garden to show.  You will need garden bird netting to protect the fruits of your labor.  The pest birds will perch and peck at the juicy tomatoes in the garden and ripened fruit on the trees.  There are proven bird control solutions that are both humane and effective.  There is no need to get out a BB gun or to put poisons in the backyard.

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Posted in Bird Control By Fran Prisco

Spring is just around the corner, and you’ll want to get your backyard ready for entertaining friends and family. But spring also brings pest birds. They’ll be perching, pooping and maybe even nesting under your eaves, awnings and canopies. When birds build nests under awnings and canopies, they leave lots of bird droppings, not just under the nest, but all around your railings, tables, chairs, lights and ornamental fixtures.

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Posted in Bird Control By Fran Prisco
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