Posts Tagged as bird repellent (page 10)

Eliminate your bird control problems with Avian Control, a liquid bird repellant spray!

How to Keep Birds Away from Apple Trees

Fall is apple season! But you won’t be able to enjoy your apples if birds get to them first. Each year, thousands of apples are wasted because birds peck holes into them and they begin to rot. Luckily, there are a variety of ways you can keep birds away from apple trees so you can enjoy them yourself this fall season. Here are some tips to protect your apples from the experts at Avian Control.

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Aerial vs. Ground Application

Aerial vs. Ground Application Methods

When it comes to bird spray, choosing an application method is a personal preference. Whether you choose aerial or group application methods, spray deterrents are successful because they can be used less frequently with greater results. Although there are pros and cons to each method, the overall results from liquid bird deterrents are striking. No matter the method you use, a liquid bird deterrent such as Avian Control is perfect for agricultural areas, airplane hangars, grassy fields and golf courses.

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Jon and Steve Stone

Avian Enterprises Attends World Ag Expo In Tulare, California

Avian Enterprises President, Jon Stone and Executive Vice President, Steve Stone attended the World Ag Expo on February 10-12, 2015 in Tulare, California. A meeting place for all members of the agricultural community, the expo provided a great opportunity for Avian Enterprises to spread the word of our effective bird control solutions.

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Everything You Should Know About Chemical Bird Spray

Pesticides, nettings and scare tactics aren’t always practical when trying to get rid of birds for good, while also keeping yourself, crops and other animals safe. Keeping pesky birds away from your crops and fields doesn’t have to be inhumane. While many associate the word “chemical” with harmful, that doesn’t have to be the case when it comes to repelling birds.

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