NEW PRODUCT: Avian Control Bird Repellent
Are the geese and ducks destroying your lawn area.
Are starlings, swallows, or sparrows under the eaves of your home?
We have the solution for you… Avian Control Bird Repellent!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
How does Avian Control® work?
Avian Control® uses an effective, proven, and non-lethal bird repellent ingredient that provides long-lasting bird repellency. The active ingredient, Methyl Anthranilate (MA), irritates the pain receptors associated with birds’ sense of taste and smell. Birds find this compound unpleasant and leave the area. The unpleasant effect is temporary and does not harm the birds.
How long does Avian Control® last?
In outdoor applications, Avian Control® can repel nuisance birds for up to 2 weeks. Avian Control® was designed to resist washing away from light rains or irrigation. Old technology repellents are water and surfactant based, increasing their tendency to be washed away with the slightest amount of rain or irrigation. Avian Control® does not contain either water or surfactants, dramatically increasing its resistance to being washed away.
Will using Avian Control® harm my existing landscape or other animals?
No, Avian Control® is an effective method of removing your troublesome bird problems and is suitable for use around people, pets and vegetation.
How is Avian Control® applied?
Avian Control® bird repellent for lawns can be applied with a sprayer.
Can I apply Avian Control® myself?
In most states, you can apply Avian Control® without any state permit, if it is for your own use. Check with the State Department of Agriculture or other appropriate governmental authority.
How is Avian Control® more effective than other bird repellents?
Based on our customer’s feedback and observations, Avian Control® works faster and lasts longer than other bird repellents. Avian Control® is sprayed at a rate between 2 teaspoons per 1,000 square feet and 1 fluid ounce per 1,000 square feet of lawn per application. For structural applications, please refer to the label for mixing rates.