Predator Guard Launches Deer Deterrent For Gardeners And Farmers
White tailed deer are some of the most destructive predators of gardens in North America. To combat this destruction, gardeners across the country are employing a new deer deterrent device called Predator Guard.
There are several tried-and-true methods that can assist you in deterring deer from your yard and protecting your investment. A common option is the "surround, distract and dissuade" approach to fix your deer issues.
Another option is to use the latest technology. Homesteaders and gardeners are discovering a revolutionary new product called Predator Guard. Predator Guard is a solar-powered, automatic, predator deterrent light that sends out a powerful flash of twin LED lights. Deer and other night predators assume these lights are the eyes of another predator, become frightened and stay away from your property. Predator Guard turns itself on at dusk and off again at dawn. It is non-lethal and safe for animals and humans. When combining Predator Guard lights with more the commonly used deer deterrents listed below, gardeners are reporting enormous success in repelling deer.
This is perhaps the most common and successful means of protecting your vegetables and flowers from deer - surround your garden with a fence approximately eight feet in height. Make sure that a portion of the fence runs underground and that there are no sizable gaps through which a deer could potentially squeeze itself. If your deer problem is severe, you may want to look into installing an electric fence that can be baited with something like peanut butter. A single zap and a deer is likely to stay clear of the area for good. Home owners with small children or pets will want to proceed cautiously if considering this option.
Many frustrated gardeners have found success deterring deer through simple distractions. For instance, you may consider setting up a salt-lick on the side of your yard away your garden or in a wooded area at a distance from your house if one exists. Most deer are also unlikely to eat poisonous, spiny, fuzzy or coarse plants, so surrounding your garden with plats that match this description may work as another successful deer repellent.
Deer are regularly deterred by scents that they abhor, including rotten egg, urine of their predators and simple household goods like bar soap. You may want to consider mixing rotten egg with water and spraying it around your plants. Some commercial outlets sell urine of coyotes and bobcats, which are known predators to deer. This can be spread around the areas most vulnerable and appealing to deer.
Other gardeners have speared bars of soap on stakes and planted them firmly near their gardens. Another well-known deterrent is human hair, which can be collected from your local barber, stuffed into a used stocking and staked around your garden or hung from tree branches. In addition, several commercial products are available on the market and typically come in a spray bottle so you can easily spread the concoction over a vast garden.
Predator Guard Deterrent Lights
As mentioned above, another powerful deterrent, that can startle and frighten deer from your garden, are Predator Guard deterrent lights. Predator Guard is readily available at Amazon.com, where it is a popular and well-reviewed deer deterrent device.
Deer may catch on to your tactics after a while, so be sure to move these lights around every couple of weeks and mix up the deterrents you employ.
Change Your Garden
If none of the above options seem to be working, you may want to reconsider what you plant. When hungry enough, deer will eat just about anything, but in particular, they enjoy tender, smooth and flavorful plants like azalea, dogwood, yew, arborvitae, rose, hyacinth, apples, sweet corn, lettuce, beans and broccoli. You may want to avoid these plants altogether when planning your garden.
About Predator Guard
Predator Guard offers guaranteed year round, nightly protection to homesteads and farms from the destructive activities of wild animals. The Predator Guard control light repels nocturnal predators with the use of the latest solar technology, that is humane, eco-friendly and effective.
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