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Bird Stop Bird Repellent
World's first biodegradable non-toxic repellent registered for agriculture

BirdStop Starlings, Blackbirds, Robins, Crows, Jays and other birds are smart and stubborn. They love your fruit - fresh off the tree. They'll continue to eat the "fruits of your labor," causing damage and low pack-out. Forget plastic owls and loud banging machines: until Bird Stop, nothing would persuade them to dine elsewhere.

Safe & Effective
Food-grade taste aversion agent made from bitter, smelly part of concord grapes (active ingredient methyl anthranilate), renders fruit and foilage unpalatable to birds.

Environmentally Friendly

  • EPA "reduced risk"
  • Biodegradable
  • Developed with USDA assistance
  • FDA Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS)
Easily Applied
Dilute 99:1, spray full-orchard application directly on dry fruit and foilage to runoff. Reapply weekly until one week before harvest.

Immediate Benefits

  • Decrease depredation by birds
  • Increases fruit yield up to 37-45% (both size and quanity)
  • Reduces rain cracking on sweet cherries up to 40% (FruitShield is anti-transpirant)
  • And best of all: birds leave treated trees or bushes for the long-term, since they can't habituate to the taste.

Bird Stop is most effective when used synergistically as part of an integrated bird control program combining visual devices (Terror-Eyes) and sound deterrents (Super BirdXPeller) with taste aversions.


291001Bird Stop, 1 gal.$112.95
291004Bird Stop, 1 gal., 4/cs$428.00

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