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logo agricultureEffectiveness of Home Brewed Deer Repellents in Connecticut

 

The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station is continuing its research into the effectiveness of repellents to prohibit deer browsing on agricultural crops and homeowners' landscape plantings and gardens in Connecticut.

Do you have a home-brewed deer repellent you think works well?   

We are soliciting unique, effective "home remedy" deer repellents to evaluate alongside commercially available repellents.  If your home remedy is selected and you are willing to assist us, we will recreate your home made deer repellent solution and treat test plants in our research plots.  We then will evaluate and rate the effectiveness of each of the treatments.

Please follow this link to a solicitation survey form.  Please fill out the survey as completely as possible, make sure to describe the remedy you use in full detail.

Please feel free to e-mail me with any comments or questions.

Michael Short

Agricultural Research Technician

Dept. of Forestry & Horticulture

The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station

michael.short@ct.gov

 

 

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