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FAQ > General Information > How Can I Keep Unwanted Birds Out of my Garden

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Nets – The most effective way to control problematic birds, and a must- have for expensive berry bushes. Create a sturdy frame using wood or plastic pipe that supports the net several inches from the plants.

Row Covers -  sheets of spun bonded polyester that can be placed directly over food crops. The fabric allows sunlight and water through, but protects plants from insects, birds, small animals, windborne seeds, hail, wind and slight frost.

Cover individual plants – Use cheesecloth wrapped around a frame or even a tomato cage to protect individual plants from birds

Landing Deterrent – Wire or fishing line stretched just above a row surprises and frightens away  birds as they approach to land.

Last updated on November 23, 2011 by Matthew Kokenes