Browsing New York State Integrated Pest Management Program by Subject "vertebrate pests"
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(New York State IPM Program, 2018)Dried blood is a by-product of the slaughter or rendering of animals, typically cattle. As a pesticide, it is used to repel deer and other vertebrate pests. The EPA considers registered pesticides containing dried blood ...
(New York State IPM Program, 2018)Putrescent whole egg solids are made from cracked eggs declared unfit for human consumption. Its pesticidal uses are as effective deer repellents for the protections of tree seedlings, shrubs and gardens.