The Game Repellent
The effect is achieved with its unpleasant taste, chewing properties and odor.
We also got surprising results during our experiments. After sowing the corn, it kept wild boars away by spraying it on the ground, it also showed effective protection against field voles and mice and neither pheasants nor crows scratched the seed pelleted with the Geo-Game Repellent. Not to mention the damage caused by crickets. Our tests also covered our two most significant populations of big game species, the red deer and the fallow deer. We have found that they extremely poorly tolerate plants treated with Geo-Geme Repellent, be it agricultural, viticultural or forestry crops. A special method was successful in controlling the wild boars digging damage: after sowing, the wild boar stayed away by spraying the liquid on the soil and compacting it. There was a slight difference without compression or machining, therefore this session must be applied in any case!
We have found that it is not enough to have an extremely intolerable taste, so we also use many different ingredients that keep the returning game away based on the smell, this is why a sweet, mint-flavoured fragrance has been used. Its dual mode of action thus consists of the primary taste perception and the associated olfactory experience. During the first attempt of the game, the agent achieves its alarming effect with its unpleasant taste and chewing properties, which further results in the absence of the animal due to the associated odor effect.