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Wildlife can add beauty to your property, sometimes they come around only for the food your lawn or garden provides them. It can be tough to keep them out without taking extreme measures (like building a large fence), but animal repellent products can help cut down on damage and deter wildlife from munching on your landscape or garden plants.
Deterring Wildlife With Scent and Taste
There are many animal repellent products on the market, and most can repel multiple types of animals and often contain similar naturally derived ingredients. Putrescent egg solids, garlic oil, and capsaicin are very common active ingredients, along with other natural ingredients like cinnamon and clove oil and white pepper.
These ingredients work by irritating nasal passages or mouth with the scent or flavor of these products.
These products can repel deer, rabbits, rodents, cats, and dogs. Snake, mole, and bird repellents may be a bit different. For example, a bird repellent is usually just a sticky substance you place on areas you don’t want birds to roost.
Tips for Using Animal Repellents
Remember that the animals are attracted to your yard or garden because of the food or shelter your property provides for the animal. Taking time to reduce shelter and water sources can cut down on the attractiveness of your yard.
How you apply these products depends on what type of animal you need to repel. Essentially, you are trying to change the behavior of an animal, so with cats and dogs with regular habits, you may have to apply very heavily and frequently at first to reinforce the changed behavior.
These products are most effective when you have small population to deal with, when there is only light or moderate damage, and only a small area is being affected.
When using critter repellents exclusively to keep animals away, you have to be willing to tolerate some damage. These products can become less effective after rainfall and dew, and animals can become adapted to any changes very quickly. To increase the effectiveness of these products, use multiple kinds with different active ingredients, so the animals can’t get used to a single scent or flavor.
If damage is very heavy and repellents aren’t making any difference, consider adding more extensive measures. Scare products, like a motion activated sprinkler or even fencing can also be effective ways to repel animals.
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