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DeerPro Winter Deer Repellent Application Services | Warren, CT

DeerPro Winter Deer Repellent Application Services | Warren, CT

Serving Warren, CT and Litchfield County, Tick & Turf offers DeerPro winter deer repellent application services involve the use of various techniques and products to deter deer from feeding on plants, shrubs, and trees during the winter months. Our services are particularly important in areas where deer populations are high, and the scarcity of natural food sources in winter drives deer to browse on ornamental and landscape plants.

Services Provided:

  1. Assessment and Planning:

  • Evaluate the property to identify vulnerable plants and areas most likely to be affected by deer.

  • Develop a customized plan based on the specific needs of the property and the severity of deer pressure.

  1. Repellent Application:

  • Apply commercial deer repellents that create unpleasant tastes or smells to deter deer from browsing.

  • Repellents can be sprayed directly on plants or applied as granules around the base of plants.

  1. Physical Barriers:

  • Install physical barriers such as deer fencing, netting, or tree wraps to protect particularly valuable or vulnerable plants.

  • Use temporary barriers that can be removed after the winter season.

  1. Maintenance and Reapplication:

  • Schedule regular reapplication of repellents throughout the winter to ensure continued effectiveness, as weather conditions (rain, snow) can diminish their potency.

  • Monitor the property and adjust the strategy as needed based on deer activity and weather conditions.

Types of Deer Repellents Used:

  1. Taste-Based Repellents:

  • Contain ingredients like bitter agents, hot peppers, or other substances that make plants unpalatable to deer.

  • Examples include products with ingredients like putrescent egg solids, garlic, or capsaicin.

  1. Scent-Based Repellents:

  • Emit odors that deer find unpleasant, such as predator urine, blood meal, or other strong-smelling substances.

  • Often applied as sprays or granules around the plants.

  1. Combination Repellents:

  • Use both taste and scent deterrents for enhanced effectiveness.

  • May include ingredients like rosemary oil or mint oil combined with bitter agents.

Benefits of Professional Deer Repellents Services:

  • Expertise: Professionals have knowledge of the most effective products and techniques for deterring deer.

  • Consistency: Regular and timely application ensures repellents remain effective throughout the winter.

  • Customized Solutions: Tailored plans based on the specific landscape and deer pressure.

  • Convenience: Saves time and effort for property owners, ensuring plants are protected without the need for constant monitoring and reapplication.

Cost of Deer Repellent Services:

The cost of winter deer repellent application services can vary based on several factors:

  • Property Size: Larger properties or those with extensive landscaping will typically cost more to protect.

  • Severity of Deer Pressure: Areas with high deer populations may require more frequent applications or additional measures.

  • Type of Repellents Used: Organic or specialty products can be more expensive than standard chemical repellents.

  • Frequency of Application: More frequent visits will increase overall costs.

Typical Cost Range:

  • Initial Consultation and Assessment: $50 - $150

  • Per Application Cost: $75 - $150 per visit, depending on property size and product used.

  • Seasonal Package: $300 - $700 for a package covering multiple applications throughout the winter season. Professional winter deer repellent application services by Tick & Turf can effectively protect your landscape from deer damage, ensuring your plants survive the harsh winter months. Contact Tick and Turf today at (203) 232-7285 to schedule a quick no-cost quote! You can click the following link to view our 5-star Houzz Reviews!


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