Pesky Pests & How to Deter them

Story Title: Pesky Pests & How to Deter them
TX Date: 6th October 2018
Presenter: Bonnie- Marie Hibbs

How many times have you gone out into your garden and seen the tops of your fruiting trees or hedging plants chewed? Keeping unwanted late-night visitors, such as pesky possums and other rodents out of the garden can be done with a few tricks!

  • The prowling owl deterrent has a 1-metre wing span which moves and flaps in the wind, highly visible intimidating eyes, simply mount on a pole or hang from a tree, no tools required for its assembly.
  • Another option is to use the free-standing owls. The Bobble-Head Owl is best positioned in the garden where it is exposed to the wind. The head is activated by the slightest of gusts and it doesn’t require any batteries.
  • If you have an area in the garden that is receiving a lot of action the motion sensor owl and solar owls can be positioned to face the affected area. Both of these will emit hooting sounds and the eyes will flash if they detect any movement to stare down those night prowling plant predators.
  • The laser solar owl is ideal for this area of my garden as it has a 120-degree field of view sensor angle and a 3metre working distance. So, I can cover a lot of ground, And You don’t need to worry about batteries as it is solar powered!
  • All the owl deterrents in the range are weather resistant and lightweight. And for the best results keep re-positioning them every 4-6 weeks in and around the garden. as some pests may start to realise that those owls have been sitting happily in the same place for a very long time.

P: 1300 559 732
W: https://whitesgroup.com.au/

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