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Arkion Life Sciences
Flight Control Plus works in two ways: visually and internally. When the geese feed on treated grass, they experience a temporary but highly effective digestive irritation. This repellent contains 50 percent anthraquinone, which starts to work within 20 minutes after ingestion. Studies have shown that birds will refuse to eat treated areas, making Flight Control Plus a viable deterrent for unwanted Canadian geese.
Flight Control Plus also works without the need to eat it. Geese have an extra retinal cone that gives them the ability to see Flight Control Plus in the ultraviolet and visible light spectra. After being conditioned, geese will avoid grassy areas that contain this powerful repellent.
Use Flight Control Plus repellent in grassy spaces on commercial and industrial sites, including municipal sites in developed urban areas. It repels geese on lawns near or around airports, golf courses and both ornamental and conifer nurseries. Use it around office buildings and forage areas where geese feed and nest.
You don't have to live with geese on your golf course, office grounds or conifer nursery. With one application of Flight Control Plus, the geese will flee the area and stay away with continued maintenance. Although it works by ingestion, it only causes temporary effects and provides a humane method for treating bothersome geese. When a flock has settled on your land, get rid of them in a more tolerant way with Flight Control Plus repellent.
It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Do not apply this product in a way that will contact workers or other persons, either directly or through drift. Only protected handlers may be in the area during application. For any requirements specific to your State or Tribe, consult the agency responsible for pesticide regulations.
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