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Monday 15 October 2012

Grazers on cherries?

We have had an enquiry last week regarding Grazers use on cherry orchards which are being eaten at bud, flower and fruit stage. So I thought I'd add a little note this week for anybody else who maybe has similar problems.
Whilst this is a little outside the box we have had some very encouraging reports, over the last couple of years, from nursery trials in Holland and domestic use here in the UK, showing positive effects against damage to young fruit, from not only pigeons and other birds but also against squirrel damage to new growth and young fruit on fruit trees.
Don't worry about crop safety or taint to the fruit, Grazers is very safe to use and actually benefits the plant due to its special calcium formulation and leaves no taint if sprayed as per label.
If you have any questions regarding this please don't hesitate to phone me or send an email.