|Product Depth (in.)||2 in||Product Height (in.)||6 in|
|Product Width (in.)||4 in|
|Pest Common Name||Bird||Pest Control Type||Lawn Insect Control|
A: There is a bird deterrent that works by emitting a sound that's uncomfortable to birds. Some brands come with solar, battery and plug in power capabilities. You can also use a clear or light color mosquito netting. Draped above your firms/plants. Similar to a tent or tepee style approach. Enclose the bottom of netting if you can and ensure your plants can receive water, sunlight and can breathe. Birds will just bounce off the netting. A combination of chemical, a bird repelling device and some sort of covering around/above the plants without taking away the beauty of the plants work well. Bird deterrent tape becomes part of the plant(s) and the birds no longer see the tape as a threat.
A: We used it on our raspberries . It does work but it has to be hanging freely so the wind makes it move. Our raspberries are supported by wires so we hung it from the wires so it would move in the wind.
A: Yes the tape helps to reflect the sun you can use CDs or pie tins it also reflects the Sun and scares the birds away
A: Birds laugh at this tape when looking for grass seed in the lawn
A: Yes it will work in plants
A: The material is a Mylar it has stood up fairly well for us.
A: Neither. It's Mylar tape. I've found that it lasts for about a year and then needs to be replaced. It has worked very well for me to deter woodpeckers from damaging my siding.
A: It's foil. I use it on a pier. As one side is red and the other silver, it creates a good sense of motion when the wind catches it. HTH
A: The tape is made out of nylon material with a iridescent red and silver mylar film coating.
A: I can't identify any bird species being repelled.
A: we were only dealing with barn swallows-small birds
A: This will not deter all birds.
A: It scares all birds away I believe. I use it above my mailbox because the house sparrows were using the address plaque as an outhouse resulting in a messy mailbox! I now have a clean mailbox. The house sparrows were also monopolizing my suet feeder. But when I put the ribbon up, even my favorite birds weren't coming.
A: just the sparrows
A: The same ineffectiveness at any distance.
A: I cut mine from 2-3 ft long and put them about 18 inches apart. Looks kinda ridiculous but works well
A: About 10' for us.
A: No limitations.
A: 25 feet