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Goose and Bird Repellent, 1 gal.

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  • Item # 6MRH8
  • Mfr. Model # BS-GAL
  • UNSPSC # 10191507
  • Catalog Page # 1409
  • Shipping Weight 9.6 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

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  • ItemGoose and Bird Repellent
  • Used ForBird and Goose
  • Weight1 gal.
  • FormLiquid
  • Coverage1500 sq. ft. to 1 Acre
  • MaterialMethyl Anthranilite 26.4%
  • For Use OnStructures, Roof, Crops, Farmland, and Fields
  • Application MethodApply as Needed. Dilute 1:1 with Water and Spray on Structures. Dilute 30:1 to Prevent Geese from Feeding on Turf. Also for Use on Fruits and Vegetables (except Wine Grapes) Dilute 99:1 with Water and Spray
  • StandardsEPA
  • IncludesApplication Instructions
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