Apr 23, 2012
Avian Control receives EPA approval

Avian Control bird repellent has received EPA approval to be used in agriculture on cherries, blueberries, grapes, apples, stone fruit and sweet corn. It may be sprayed or fogged onto targeted crops to dramatically reduce or eliminate damage caused by foraging birds. Avian Control is also EPA approved to remove nuisance birds from barns, packing sheds and other structures.

Avian Control bird repellent is entirely formulated with food grade ingredients that are generally regarded as safe by the FDA.

The Stone Soap Company, Sylvan Lake, Mich., manufactures Avian Control under license.

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