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Animal Repellent, Used For Repelling Armadillos, Beavers, Chipmunks, Deer, Elk, Feral Cats, Gophers,
- Item # 5PTU8
- Mfr. Model # ND-10050C
- UNSPSC # 10191701
- Catalog Page # 1438
- Shipping Weight 54.0 lbs.
- Item Animal Repellent
- Used For Repelling Armadillos, Beavers, Chipmunks, Deer, Elk, Feral Cats, Gophers, Groundhogs, Mice, Porcupines, Possums, Prairie Dogs, Rabbits, Raccoons, Rats, Shrews, Skunks, Squirrels, Voles and Woodchucks
- Overall Length 12"
- Overall Width 12"
- Overall Height 15"
- Active Ingredients Certified Organic Active Ingredients
- Form Granules
- Material (7) Active Organic Ingredients
- Coverage 127,200 sq. ft.
- For Use On Animals
- Application Method Shake in Areas to be Treated for Target Pests
- Standards Certified Organic Active Ingredients
- Weight 50 lb.
Compliance and Restrictions
This item is restricted for international sale.
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