Deer Chaser Electronic Repellent
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Protect your home and family from intrusive deer with new Deerchaser. This proprietary technology, developed and field tested by a PhD and author of several books, will gently ward off deer keeping them at a safe distance from those expensive plants and shrubs. Keeping deer at a safe distance from our plants is one of the more difficult obstacles that Mother Nature has cast upon us. That, coupled with the fact that deer carry disease-ridden ticks, is the perfect reason for the Deer Chaser to get rid of deer.
During the early stages of testing and development of this proprietary technology a tenured Big Game Biologist, Stone Ridge NY, wrote, "White-tailed deer account for the highest level of wildlife damage in New York State. With the advent of semi-urban deer populations, damage to ornamental and other household plantings are at an all time high" further to that he stated in his findings, "Plant species that were previously stunted are now thriving in the protected area".
- Proprietary Technology
- Effective and Humane
- Patent Pending
- Protects Without Ugly Fences
- Great For Gardens and Play Areas
- Safe for Use Around Children and Pets
- Not only can a deer jump a distance of 30 feet and a height of 8.5' in
the air they can also transport ticks onto your property that carry the Lyme
- Did you know? A single deer can eat up to nine pounds of vegetation each
and every day.
- Deer (Black-legged) Tick
The deer (or black-legged) tick, and the related western black-legged tick, are the primary known transmitters of Lyme disease in the United States. Both are hard-bodied ticks with a two-year life cycle. Like all species of ticks, deer ticks and their relatives require a blood meal to progress to each successive stage in their life cycles.
The life cycle of the deer tick comprises three growth stages: the larva, nymph and adult. In both the northeastern and mid-western U.S., where Lyme disease has become prevalent, it takes about two years for the tick to hatch from the egg, go through all three stages, reproduce, and then die. A detailed description of this life cycle and the seasonal timing of peak activity, as they occur in these regions, is provided below.
About The Inventor:
Lee Reich, PhD is an avid gardener who, after almost a decade in plant and soil research with the USDA and Cornell University, turned to writing, lecturing and consulting. He is a frequent speaker at many gardening events, including garden symposia and clubs, grower conferences and Master Gardener training workshops. Lee has written regularly for such publications as Fine Gardening, Horticulture and The New York Times and his gardening column for Associated Press appears weekly in newspapers across the country. Lee's garden has been featured in such publications as The New York Times and Martha Stewart Living and has won awards from National Gardening and Organic Gardening magazines.
- Height: 10.25"
- Width: 4.0
- Sound and Light Durations: 15 seconds to 7 minutes (User Adjustable)
- Mounting Height: Variable (User Adjustable)
- Range: Up to 25 feet with 110 Degree Coverage Zone
- Batteries: 3 "D" cell (Not Included)