It’s time to put away the Halloween decorations and pull out the Thanksgiving ones! We are two weeks away from Thanksgiving and couldn’t be more excited to stuff our faces with turkey, stuffing and pumpkin pie. Here are three away to jazz up your Thanksgiving decorations that will keep the birds at bay.
The sounds of birds chirping in the midst of the morning light can be a calming sound to wake up to, but can soon be the cause of a more troublesome encounter as those calming birds are soon invading your shed or garage. Often hard to detect, birds are agile in finding a protected and tranquil new home to nest in. In order to combat your new tenants, here are some ways to rid off your new intruders.
Fall is home to cider mills and day trips to the local apple orchards. As an apple orchard farmer, protecting your investment from damaging weather, animals amongst other things is crucial in quality control and risk management. Thankfully, we put together some tips on how to protect your apples from pesky birds this fall and next.
Sunflowers are known for their beauty and bright appearances they bring to our gardens, but annoying birds see sunflowers as a source of food. There are great ways to secure your sunflowers from those troublesome birds you find around your sunflowers.
Nuisance birds can quickly damage your crops, instantly diminishing your profits. Luckily, there are many ways you can incorporate bird deterrent tactics into the day to day nurturing of your crops. Here are a few ways you can fend of pests and protect your crops from birds.
Airports are a hub of cultural diversity and travel. The emotions in the air are a mix of excitement and frustration. That frustration comes from delayed flights and technical issues like birds flocking to your tarmac, posing a risk for takeoff. Learn how to clear your tarmac of birds and keep your customers happy.
These black birds seem to go hand-in-hand with evil whenever they are brought up. Finding one is unsettling, but they become truly worrisome when they are attacking your crops. Ravens are very intelligent birds, so pushing them from your crops will not be easy. That’s why we broke down a list of tactics to help you defend your crops.
Fall is upon us and between the apple orchards, Halloween parties and trick-or-treating, you’ve probably got a busy season ahead of you. But, with the changing colors come some new guests. You’ve probably heard the familiar call of crows around the yard. These medium sized intelligent birds can become a bit of a nuisance while they’re foraging around for food. Here are a few tips for keeping those hungry crows away from your Halloween guests.
- Protect during growth
- Allow for full ripening
- Preserve from pest birds
Fall is upon us, which means it’s almost time to harvest your pumpkins and gourds. Preparing your gourds and pumpkins for harvest takes time and commitment. Harvesting too early results in underdeveloped gourds. Harvesting too late could mean rotten produce or run ins with frost. Below are a few tips to ensure a bountiful harvest this season.