Havahart® Critter Ridder® Rabbit Repellent Display
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A Year-Long Weatherproof Rabbit Repellent Unlike Any Other
Critter Ridder® Rabbit Repellent lasts the entire growing season, thanks to a rugged weatherproof housing that protects the active ingredients inside from wind and rain. Not only does the patented design of the housing keep the repellent active and dry, but it also features special vents that allow air to pass through and spread the repellent scent across your garden. Apply these unique and powerful rabbit repelling stations just once per growing season for effective protection against rabbit destruction all year long.
100% Dried Blood - A Powerful, All-Natural Rabbit Deterrent
Inside Critter Ridder®’s weatherproof casing is 100% dried blood. Dried blood is one of the best rabbit repellents because its scent, while odorless to humans, triggers a natural flight response in rabbits. When rabbits detect the scent of dried blood, they are reminded of the scent of dead or decaying animals, which tells them that a predator is nearby. Immediately rabbits flee to safety - away from all protected areas.
Easy to Apply Anywhere
Critter Ridder® Rabbit Repellent is ready to use, and comes with 3 stations and 3 stakes - so you can conveniently stake your repellent into the ground throughout your lawn or garden. Alternatively, simply place a station in a flowerpot or flowerbed, or hang one from fencing or a low-lying shrub. Use throughout your protected area or as a perimeter treatment, and for best results, place stations no higher than 2 feet above ground level and no more than 4-6 feet apart.
A Rabbit Repellent That's Safe for Vegetable Gardens
Thanks to its protective housing, you can apply Critter Ridder® Rabbit Repellent just about anywhere outdoors - including vegetable gardens - without worrying about the repellent making contact with your plants or edibles.
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