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LONG-LASTING, ORGANIC DEER REPELLENT
Proven deer control, effective for up to 6 months


This fall and winter, control, repel, and deter deer naturally, safely, and humanely.

Let's face it, you invest a lot of time, money and energy in the plants and landcaping around your house, and deer, while innocent, beautiful animals, can cause costly damage in a number of different ways.

They feed on leaves, stems, flowers, and bark, and crush flowerbeds with their hooves.

Males often rub their antlers on tree trunks, causing bark to shed and trunks to splinter or split.

This type of damage often occurs during the fall season between the months of September and November.

The Solution

Now you can protect your garden and landscape from hungry deer, elk and rabbits with Plantskydd Deer Repellent.

This product is long-lasting, and an economical solution to protect your garden and landscape.

  • It's an organic (it's listed for organic produce), and an all-natural formula

  • It's proven effective for up to 6 months through winter on dormant ornamental shrubs - saving you time and money because other, similar products donít last as long

  • It lasts up to 3 months on most other succulent broadleaf plants

  • Apply at least one day before next rainfall; it dries rain fast in 24 hours

  • It's non-toxic, contains no synthetic additives, and wonít harm animals or the environment

  • It keeps deer, elk and rabbits away and animals will avoid your plants without even taking one bite

  • Plantskydd Deer Repellent comes in powder concentrate form

For more information, or to purchase go to: Plantskydd Deer Repellent



 







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Rotate Certain Crops

Avoid planting potatoes and tomatoes where they grew last year. They carry the same diseases, so it's best to rotate them.

You'll have much healthier plants, and more successful crops.


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