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Deer Repellent & Plant Growth Nutrient

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1 Quart Ready-to-Use Spray

Part Number: BOBP B550110


1 Qt. Concentrate -- Makes up to 2¼ Gallons

Part Number: BOBP B550100


½ Gallon Concentrate -- Makes up to 4½ Gallons

Part Number: BOBP B550105

  • Bobbex Deer Repellent and Plant Growth Nutrient in Convenient, Ready-to-Use Quart Spray Bottle

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  • Bobbex Deer Repellent and Plant Growth Nutrient in Convenient, Ready-to-Use Quart Spray Bottle

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2-in-1 repellent and fertilizer is very offensive to deer. Available in ready-to-use or concentrated forms. Larger sizes drop-ship from manufacturer.

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Manufacturer Bobbex


2-in-1 Deer Repellent and Plant Nutrient Formula

Bobbex Deer Repellent is a topical, proven effective foliar spray used to deter and prevent deer, axis, moose, and elk from browsing and causing other damage to ornamental plantings, shrubs, and forest trees. Bobbex is a blend of all natural ingredients that are beneficial and totally innocuous to plant development. The active ingredients are a series of proteins making the product extremely safe for use on the most sensitive plantings and are harmless to all wildlife including humans, pets, birds and aquatic life. Bobbex is environmentally friendly, using only natural ingredients that will not wash off.

Bobbex has been independently tested against ten (10) known competitors and was found to be 93% effective, second only to a physical barrier.

  • Can be used on all ornamental shrubs and flowers
  • Can be used around vegetables as long as it is not directly applied
  • Safely disrupts the foraging patterns of deer and other grazers
  • All natural ingredients
  • Encourages microbial activity
  • Available in ready-to-use and concentrated forms

Note: Experts will tell you that successful deterrence usually requires developing a multi-pronged strategy. Deer will frequently acclimate to a single, unchanging deterrent. Mix things up. Employ sonic deterrents as well and be willing to take the time to adjust the position or types of deterrents used. Note too, that it is easier to discourage deer who have not begun to feed in or acclimate themselves to an area. Be ready with an effective response before they become a problem and you will have a greater chance of success. In cases where deterrents prove ineffective, consider erecting a physical barrier.

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