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Deer RepellentUsed For Deer Control
- Item # 5PTU9
- Mfr. Model # NA-DEER
- UNSPSC # 10191701
- Catalog Page # 1438
- Shipping Weight 4.17 lbs.
- ItemDeer Repellent
- Used ForDeer Control
- Overall Length7"
- Overall Width5"
- Overall Height12"
- Active IngredientsCertified Organic Active Ingredients
- Material(7) Active Organic Ingredients
- Coverage1/4 Acre
- For Use OnFlowers, Vegetables, Plants, Shrubs, and Trees
- Application MethodHang Each 60-Day Weather-Proof Deer Repellent Pack 2 to 4 feet Off the ground. Each Property Up to 1/4 Acre Should be Treated with a Minimum of 8 Packs. Treat All Areas where Protection is Needed- Do Not Make a Perimeter-Only Application
- StandardsCertified Organic Active Ingredients
- Includes60 Day Deer Packs and Hanging Brackets
- Weight3 lb.
Compliance and Restrictions
This item is restricted for international sale.
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