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Other Field Trials with Plantskydd

DEER We operate a Christmas Tree Farm in Eastern New York State.We have used Plantskydd® for two winters and it has proven effective in preventing deer browsing.We apply in November with back-pack sprayers, spraying smaller non-saleable trees. This procedure seems... Read More

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Slocan Field Trial

Slocan Forest Products Ltd. Vavenby Division, Vavenby, BC March 29, 1999 To Whom it May Concern Slocan Forest Products Vavenby Division has been an industry cooperator for the field trials of Plantskydd® since 1996. We treated blocks that were severely... Read More

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Protecting Tree Seedlings from Deer

Plantskydd – Operational Field Trial Results “Plantation failure due to animal browsing is not an option “ May 2, 2003 Effective tree plantation protection against animal browsing During my thirty-five years working in the forest industry in Coastal British Columbia,... Read More

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Plantskydd – Operational Field Trials

Protecting tree seedlings from deer November 10, 2008 By Kyle Asplund, Itasca County Soil & Water Conservation District  With scent/fear-based browse repellants such as Plantskydd becoming the “new wave” in animal browse repellants, Mike Oja and I set out last... Read More

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Pre-treating Seedlings at the Nursery with Plantskydd® Animal Repellent

Plantskydd can be applied at the nursery without adversely affecting the seedlings. Application costs are approximately 1/10th of field applications." Read Publication: Pre-treating_Seedlings_at_the_Nursery_with_Plantskydd_Animal_Repellent Acknowledgements Bob Merrell, Manager, Nursery Services - Coast Laughlan Glen, RPF, Seedling and Reforestation Specialist - Surrey Bussell Brewer, RPF, Practices Forester, BC Timber Sales, Powell River Darryl Reynolds, Wildlife Biologist, Sunshine Coast Jamie Farrer, Production Superintendent, PRT Claude Boisvert, President, Plantskydd Products - Sunshine Coast

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