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Grazers Rabbits, Pigeons and Deer Natural Repellent

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Introducing Grazers, the ultimate solution for protecting your garden from damage caused by grazing rabbits, pigeons, deer, and geese. This powerful yet safe formula is also effective against mouse and vole damage to seedlings, as well as squirrel damage to young fruit.

Unlike pesticides, Grazers is harmless to children, pets, and the environment. It is perfect for use on fruits, vegetables, lawns, shrubs, and flowers, and can be easily applied by mixing and spraying on the areas you want to protect. Grazers is completely odourless to humans, and is trace element based, making it beneficial to the plants and safe for use on young plants. A single treatment can last up to 6 weeks.

Available in 750ml ready-to-use spray and 375ml concentrate, Grazers can treat up to 2000sqm. Simply follow the dilution instructions for the concentrate and apply using a conventional hand sprayer or knapsack sprayer with a fine nozzle. For best results, spray on foliage when dry and until just wet. In areas of high infestation, it's safe to double the application rate.

Grazers is based on a specific calcium chloride solution, organic dispersant plus surfactant, and does not contain any animal by-products. It is safe for use on edible crops, but we recommend a one-week interval between the final treatment and harvest. Store Grazers in cool, dark conditions for up to two years.

Be sure to shake well before use.

750ml Ready to use Spray

375ml concentrate treats 1000sqm

750ml contentrate treats 2000sqm

Concentrate Instructions:

General dilution:

4 capfuls (60ml) in 5 litres of water ( 3 teaspoons per litre).

Refill dilution:

Simply add 1 capful of Grazers concentrate into a trigger spray with a fine nozzle and top up 750ml of water with a drop of household detergent.

Apply using a conventional hand sprayer or knapsack sprayer with a fine nozzle (Not a watering can). Spray just too wet the leaf. In areas of high infestation it is safe to double the application rate.

The recommended spray interval is 4 weeks, however this can be modified e.g. in situations where treated grass in mown, plants are watered or periods of prolonged heavy rainfall follows spraying repeat applications may be needed sooner.

New plants are especially vulnerable to damage. Spray at least twice prior to planting (allow leaf to dry in between sprays). Spray again once planted. Avoid spraying in bright sunlight.


Shake vigorously before use. Wash sprayer before and after use. Spray foliage (using a fine nozzle) on plants while dry, where damage has occurred or is at high risk. Spray foliage until just wet.

Note: it can help to add a small amount of detergent when spraying plants with a waxy leaf (e.g. cabbages and broccoli).

Harvest Interval: For edible crops we recommend one weeks interval between final treatment and harvest.

Storage: will keep for two years when stored in cool, dark conditions.

Precautions: Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Ingestion may cause illness. If irritation or symptoms persist seek medical advice.

Do not mix with any other material. Grazers is not a pesticide and is therefore harmless to children and pets.

Based on a specific calcium chloride solution, organic dispersant plus surfactant. The calcium source is a foliar fertiliser already used on veg/fruit and salad crops and in food production, though Grazers inclusion is at much lower rates than fertiliser recommendation.

It does NOT contain any animal by products 

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