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"This ! Works" and "Ropel" repellant links

  • Subject: "This ! Works" and "Ropel" repellant links
  • From: James Sherwood <jimwsherwood@yahoo.com>
  • Date: Wed, 20 Feb 2002 08:06:29 -0800 (PST)

Maker of This 1 Works:
http://www.midwestfertilome.com/pest.html
with prices and more

http://www.plantconnection.com/garden_info/MiscProblems.HTML

Ropel Outdoor Animal Repellent
Ropel Outdoor Animal Repellent keeps animals out of the garden and
off the lawn - naturally. These all natural granules help prevent
dogs, cats and other nuisance animals from digging in gardens, lawns
and landscaping.
http://www.nixalite.com/wcp.htm

Ropel Site:
http://www.ropel.com/consuprotest.htm
Both wild and domestic animals can cause untold damage. With Ro-Pel
this devastation can be diminished, and wild animals discouraged from
returning.

How does RO-PEL work?
RO-PEL works by making treated surfaces taste bad to animals. RO-PEL
remains, despite rain, snow, dust and wind.

Which animals can RO-PEL repel?
Deer, Beavers, Rats, Mice, Squirrels, Dogs and Cats.

What can be treated with RO-PEL?
RO-PEL is effective when used as instructed on trees, plants, bulbs,
seedlings, seeds, seeded areas, siding, fences, posts, telephones
poles and unpainted furniture.

How is RO-PEL applied?
RO-PEL can be applied by brush or sprayer. It is a ready-to-use
formulation that should never be mixed with other chemicals.
Stainless steel or poly sprayers are recommended for bulk
applications. For optimal protection, seasonal reapplication

What precautions are necessary?
RO-PEL has proven to be non-phytotoxic to many commonly grown plants.
It should not be used on diseased plants or trees. Painted surfaces,
plastics and fabrics should be tested first, since some could be
affected by the special solvents.

RO-PEL is not recommended for use on edible crops during the fruit
bearing season. Application should be limited to the dormant period
only. (RO-PEL could possibly affect the taste of the produce if used
incorrectly.)

AVOID TASTING! RO-PEL has a truly vile, bitter, lingering taste. KEEP
OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN



http://www.ropel.com/consuprotest.htm

Ropel and chipmunks:
http://www.bugspray.com/catalog/products/page398.html#399

Other Articles:
http://www.bugspray.com/


News:
http://www.newsnet5.com/houseandhome/559399/detail.html
Product to Keep the Deer Away

Question:
What was the name of the product you & Angelo Petitti showed on the
Wednesday "Mark's Garden" Segment to put on plants to keep deer away?
PS. Does it work on rabbits?
PPS. Does it work on husbands?

Answer:

The product is called "This 1 Works" and it really does work! It
contains an all natural product that is very bitter to any animal
that tries to eat it! The animal is then forced to find another plant
or shrub to snack on. The product also has a natural glue. So, it
stays on the leaves for months at a time. This feature also works as
an anti-desiccant and prevents the plant from wilting in the hot
summer sun! Follow package directions carefully. Spray on a light
mist over the entire plant. Don't saturate the leaves. New growth
will have to be treated as well.
Happy Gardening!
Mark Johnson

More links on Yahoo: 538 links
http://google.yahoo.com/bin/query?p=Fertilome&hc=0&hs=0

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