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Fly Away Birdies! How To Get Rid Of Birds On Your Roof

Whether you’re having a bird issue at home or at work, it’s certainly not something that should be ignored. When pest birds decide to make themselves at home, they can be quite difficult to get rid of. As birds congregate in large groups, they can be a major turnoff to customers and employees, and the messes they leave behind are certainly far from pleasant. Here is everything you need to know about how to get rid of birds on your roof once and for all.

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How to Prevent Birds from Roosting & Nesting

People are finding that preventing birds from building their nests is a better way to deter birds from properties. If they learn not to even start building nests on your home or property, chances are there is a higher chance they won’t come back all season. Here are some tips on how to prevent birds from roosting and nesting on or around your property.

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sunflower field

Securing Sunflowers From Pesky Birds

It’s almost impossible to feel sad when looking at the tall, happy stalks of sunflowers. However, you may even shed a tear or two when you see the damage left behind from a few hungry birds who’ve picked apart your sunflower garden. Birds love the seeds from this flower, even if they haven’t yet ripened. Don’t let these pest birds ruin your happy garden, though. Apply these tactics to keep hungry beaks away from your sunflowers.

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Pumpkins and Gourd Harvest

Preparing Your Gourds and Pumpkins for Harvest Season

    • 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.

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