For Spraying large areas once a week to keep birds away, use the Avian Spray Kit, mix your own batch by using a lot of water and spray roofs, gardens, bushes, lawns and even airport runways. We sell the Avian in many sizes. This is just an introductory size to give you enough to spray your roof or porch area 7-10 times, every 7-10 days.
Spray Small to Large Areas…Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Can I use an electric powered, backpack or pump-up sprayer to apply Avian Control® Bird Repellent?
A. Yes, you can. Refer to “Spray Application Directions” of the label for complete details. If your area is less than one acres, see the table below:
|1/8 acre (5,445 sq. ft.)||Mix 3-4 ounces of Avian Control® with 1-1.5 ounces of surfactant* and add to two gallons of water.|
|1/4 acre (10,890 sq. ft.)||Mix 6-8 ounces of Avian Control® with 2-3 ounces of surfactant* and add to four gallons of water.|
|1/2 acre (21,780 sq. ft.)||Mix 12-16 ounces of Avian Control® with 4-6 ounces of surfactant* and add to eight gallons of water.|
If you do not have BirdBuffer surfactant, you may substitute a hand dishwashing detergent such as Dawn, Palmolive or Joy.
Q. What type of spray pattern is preferred?
A. A fine mist that covers the entire area to be treated is the preferred pattern.
Q. Can Avian Control® Bird Repellent be used on painted or stained wood, vinyl or aluminum siding or other exterior or interior surfaces?
A. It is recommended that the solution of Avian Control® be tested on an inconspicuous area to determine the potential for damage or discoloration. Avian Control® should not be used in or on occupied dwellings.
Q. If I am treating my lawn for geese, how often should I apply Avian Control®?
A. It is suggested that Avian Control® be applied at 7 to 14 day intervals or after every mowing/rain. Refer to “Spray Application Directions, Landfills, Turf” of the label for complete details. Re-application is suggested in the event of a significant rainfall.
Q. Can we spray animal feed to keep birds away?
A. Yes, we have just been approved for animal food spraying to keep the birds away. Apply once every few days of replacing the food.
REFER TO THE PRODUCT LABEL FOR COMPLETE DIRECTIONS, RATES, AND CAUTIONS.
ALWAYS READ AND FOLLOW ALL LABEL DIRECTIONS.
Instruction for using Avian Control® and BirdBuffer® Spray Mix in electric-powered, backpack or pump-up sprayers.
Mix Ratio Table:
|Area covered||Avian Control® Fluid||Bird Buffer® Spray Mix||Water|
|⅛ acre (5445 sq. Ft.)||4 ounces||½ ounce||2 gallons|
|¼ acre (10890 sq. Ft.)||8 ounces||1 ounce||4 gallons|
|½ acre (21780 sq. Ft.)||16 ounces||2 ounce||8 gallons|
TITLE 21–FOOD AND DRUGS
CHAPTER I–FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
SUBCHAPTER E–ANIMAL DRUGS, FEEDS, AND RELATED PRODUCTS
Sec. 582.60 Synthetic flavoring substances and adjuvants.
Synthetic flavoring substances and adjuvants that are generally recognized
as safe for their intended use, within the meaning of section 409 of the
act, are as follows:
Acetoin (acetyl methylcarbinol).
Aconitic acid (equisetic acid, citridic acid, achilleic acid).
Anethole (parapropenyl anisole).
Benzaldehyde (benzoic aldehyde).
N -Butyric acid (butanoic acid).
d – orl -Carvone (carvol).
Cinnamaldehyde (cinnamic aldehyde).
Citral (2,6-dimethyloctadien-2,6-al -8, geranial, neral).
Decanal (N -decylaldhehyde, capraldehyde, capric aldehyde, caprinaldehyde,
Diacetyl (2,3-butandeione). Ethyl acetate. Ethyl butyrate.
3-Methyl-3-phenyl glycidic acid ethyl ester (ethyl-methyl-phenyl-glycidate,
so-called strawberry aldehyde, C-16 aldehyde).
Geranoil (3,7-dimethyl-2,6 and 3,6-octadien-1-ol ).
Geranyl acetate (geraniol acetate).
Glycerol (glyceryl) tributyrate (tributyrin, butyrin).
Limonene (d-, l-, and dl- ).
Linalool (linalol, 3,7-dimethyl-1,6-octadien-3-ol ).
Linalyl acetate (bergamol).
Methyl anthranilate (methyl-2-aminobenzoate).
Piperonal (3,4-methylenedioxy-benzaldehyde, heliotropin).