Plantskydd is used by farmers and orchardists to protect from animal browse damage the following crops: Soybeans, corn, grapes, fruit/nut trees, blueberries, cauliflower, cotton, pumpkins, strawberries, vegetables, watermelon and more.
Crops like Soybeans and Cotton need to be protected right out of the ground. The first application must be made shortly after emergence.
Unlike other repellents that quickly lose their effectiveness after irrigating or rainfall, Plantskydd is rain and snow resistant. It does not require immediate re-application after irrigation or rainfall.
Use Spreader / Sticker when broadcasting.
We expreienced a 30% increase in yield — representing well over $1 million!
Plantskydd will definitely be included in our plans next year and we will likely use it on more acreage where we suspect underperforming sites.
Viticulture Management Inc.
Damage to the trees was dramatically reduced immediately after the first application of Plantskydd and complete control was achieved once adequate coverage was acheived.
By the end of Summer, browse damage from deer was virtually eliminated.
Products displaying the OMRI seal have undergone and passed a strict, independent evaluation to ensure they comply with USDA organic standards. When a product is OMRI Listed, farmers and certifiers can trust it is allowed in USDA certified organic operations, and tests below the allowed levels of pathogens and heavy metals.
— 2 Year Field Trial Report —
Overview: 155 acre vineyard planted in stages over the last few years, with deer now roaming throughout. Deer damage has become intolerable, especially on the youngest 50 acres. Riparian zones run through the property making fencing impractical.
Jack Ringe, Farm Manager, Precept Wines
Walla Walla, Washington
Plantskydd is exempt from federal EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) pesticide registration. Plantskydd contains no synthetic additives, is non-toxic and is not harmful to animals, plants or the environment.
The ‘active’ ingredient is dried bloodmeal — recognized by the EPA as an environmentally safe ingredient.
In the United States, *bloodmeal* is an EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) exempted product/minimum risk pesticide and is exempt from the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act requirements, specifically under Section 25(b) c.f. Federal Register, 61(45), Mar. 6, 1996 and therefore is not subject to federal registration.