We love deer, too …
but not when they’re using your expensive landscape as a buffet.
Keep deer off your property without harming them with natural deer repellent spray.
We’ll treat your property every three weeks, but will customize a program based on your specific landscape and needs. Below are our three proven deer control programs.
Ideal for warm-weather gardeners: You’ll want to start in early spring to protect fragile blooms before they flower and continue treatment throughout the growing season.
If you have a winter garden or young trees and shrubs, they need protection through the colder months, when deer resort to more fibrous diets of tender branches and bark.
If you’re an avid year-long gardener with both winter and summer vegetation, you need to protect vulnerable plants from deer throughout the year.
Not sure which program you need? We do a FREE on-site evaluation to find out which program is best for you — just give us a call!
(April – September)
The question is really what WON’T deer eat in the spring and summer? (Answer: not much!) They love to nibble on new spring shoots and blooms, and as spring turns to summer, flowers, vegetables and berries. In other words, anything that doesn’t have a cage around it, they’ll happily gobble up!
(October – March)
The average deer can lose up to 30% of its body weight in the fall. This means they’re hungry and not very picky. In their perfect world, fall would mean feasting from fruit- and nut-bearing trees, but a hungry deer will also devour plant and flower remnants, shrubs, leaves, stems and even bark, especially from young trees and evergreens.
Similar to weaning your baby from their “binky” by dipping it in vinegar, ohDEER repellent won’t hurt deer to ingest, but boy, does it taste TERRIBLE. It doesn’t take long before they move to greener (i.e., tastier) pastures.
A nontoxic blend of plant-based ingredients, this spray is not only highly effective for deer control, it’s safe for humans, children, pets, plants and aquaculture. It even smells nice! And since deer are so adaptable, we alternate compounds so they never “just get used to it.”