Easy to understand, straightforward controls, and a variety of functions, the G2 Propane Cannon will be your #1 bird control solution.
One sonic blast scares away birds and other wildlife, so your property is protected immediately. Fruit orchards, crop fields, and vineyards are only a few of the large areas it keeps safe from destruction. You’ll get bigger yields without having to use chemicals, poisons, or traps.
I've tried to setup other electronic cannons. One starts to think you have to be a mechanical genius to configure it. Not with the G2. Just change the blast interval via a dial and open the valve! There’s nothing complicated here. That’s why the G2 is the most reliable and easy-to-use electronic cannon on the market.
How to Deal With Woodpeckers
Did you know that damage caused by woodpeckers may not be covered by your homeowners insurance?! Woodpeckers, left unchecked, can cause serious damage, making holes in the siding which creates an expressway for termites, carpenter bees, rats, and many other pests to enter your home. Knowing why woodpeckers knock, how to successfully repel them, and how to seal up the existing damage is key to keeping your house in tip-top shape for years to come. Why do woodpeckers knock on houses? They usually do this for one of four reasons: Territory – Woodpeckers declare their territory through loud knocks, which...
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