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Using Predators by bird control

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Using Predators by bird control

Postby camroon » Sat Dec 22, 2012 7:55 am

The success of this method of bird control is based on the fact that many birds have a natural fear of falcons and hawks as predators, so their presence in the area encourages problem species to disperse.
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Re: Using Predators by bird control

Postby Roger » Mon Sep 23, 2013 10:37 am

Rid outdoor spaces of pests while staying eco-friendly? It sounds like a fantasy but the best practices to do it are very real, and really simple!
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Re: Using Predators by bird control

Postby kelino » Wed Oct 30, 2013 11:12 am

Birds deal with slugs and snails. also u can pick them up by hands and put them in boiling water then just throw them away. ladybugs deal with aphids. i don't know what cut worms are. and the best way to deal with aphids and trips other small bugs to buy a "predator" bugs - they eat those other bugs without damaging plants, if they have nothing to eat anymore they just die from starvation. u can not see them, they re incredibly small. u buy them in a paper bag, rip it open and hang it on a branch. u may ask about those bugs in your local big garden stores.
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