Plantskydd is 100% the first Natural animal repellent listed by the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) for use in organic production.
- To keep mischievous deer away from your garden, use our liquid RTU or powder concentrate to cover plants above 2 feet. For extra protection, use our granular around the perimeter.
- Once animals are attracted to an area and begin feeding, it is more difficult to discourage them from returning.
- USDA National Wildlife Research has proven odor-based repellents are more effective than other repellent systems where the animal needs to taste treated plants before being repelled.
- Deer don’t have upper incisors so they must jerk or tear plants when feeding.
- Deer leave a jagged or torn surface on leaves and stems.
- Deer can damage a whole hedge overnight.
- A telltale sign of deer presence is arborvitaes that look like lollipops after winter from deer browsing.
- It can happen to hollies, yews, rhododendrons and other plants
- Rabbits tend to browse at night and are voracious eaters.
- With their sharp teeth they leave behind clean, 45-degree angled cuts on leaves and stems.
- Mostly consume grasses but are very fond of flowers and garden fare such as lettuce, beans and peas.
- Another sign of rabbits in the area are their pea-sized pellets.
- Rabbits can girdle the bottom of trees similar to meadow voles.
- Rabbits can also damage with their urine by creating brown spots in lawns.
- In the winter, rabbit diet changes as they forage on top of snow for twigs, bark and buds.
- To keep mischievous rabbits away from your garden, use our liquid RTU or powder concentrate to cover plants above 2 feet. For smaller plants, sprinkle liberally with granular.
- Remember: you always want the product applied where the animals’ snout will be.
- You can often see vole activity by their surface trails that are littered with droppings and grass cuttings about 1 to 2 inches in size.
- The results leave scars of runways across your lawn, ruining its appearance.
- In the spring, voles will devour young plants and dig up seeds and bulbs.
- During the winter voles girdle the trunks of trees at or above ground level leaving irregular gnaw marks.
- Voles are also known to kill trees by damaging their underground roots making the roots appear as though they’re sharpened into a point.