How to Repel Hungry Animals with Plantskydd® Repellents

They’re cute, furry and fun to watch – that is until they begin dining on your landscape. You ruled out fencing, tried scare tactics and maybe even some repellents without success. Using the right product and proper application can help you grow a beautiful and productive garden.

Horticultural expert, Melinda Myers explains how you can enjoy a beautiful garden by keeping critters at bay.

Follow Melinda Myers’ advice on protecting your garden with Plantskydd Animal Repellent so you, too, can be rewarded with a beautiful landscape and productive garden. It is effective against rabbits, deer, voles, elk, moose, chipmunks and squirrels.

Melinda Myers, horticulture expert
Melinda Myers

Melinda Myers has written more than 20 gardening books, including Small Space Gardening. She hosts The Great Courses “How to Grow Anything” DVD series and the Melinda’s Garden Moment TV & radio segments. Myers is a columnist and contributing editor for Birds & Blooms magazine and was commissioned by Tree World Plant Care Products for her expertise to write this article. Her web site is

Plantskydd is proven effective on deer, rabbits, voles, moose, elk, squirrels, and chipmunks

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 to prevent all penetration in the blocks of trees. – Fred Battenfeld F.W. Battenfeld & Sons… Read More

Case Study: Preventing deer damage on newly planted fruit trees

“As of the beginning of September I have been seeing a lot of deer in the orchard and I have to say I’m impressed. I’m seeing the deer eat mature trees along fence rows but they’re leaving the young treated trees alone”

Forestry – Siliculture Operational Field Trial Results

  Plantskydd Field Trials – UBC Research Forest    

Managing Deer Damage to Young Pecan Trees

Damage to the trees was dramatically reduced immediately after the first application of Plantskydd and complete control was achieved once adequate coverage was achieved. By the end of summer, browse damage from deer was virtually eliminated.

Comparative Evaluation of Plantskydd® and Treeguard©

Plantskydd helps rebuild forests, restore ecosystems and protect waterways

 TimberWest In late August 1997, TimberWest – Sandspit Division, British Columbia, received and planted 520-550 hotlift cedar 415 D plugs. We open planted these trees with three different treatments: Control (no treatment) – 100 trees Treeguard© – 225 trees Plantskydd® – 225 trees All trees were fertilized with a SCHIRP teabag. The Plantskydd® and Treeguard©… Read More

Mitigating deer damage from antler rubbing in Shade Tree Nursery

All in all, the repellent spray program is showing to be a great investment and we consider it to be a valuable tool.

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