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I Must Garden Goose Repellent

I Must Garden Goose Repellent

$25.50 $27.99

I Must Garden Goose Repellent is an environmentally safe, humane, and effective way to deter grazing geese from fouling lawns, golf courses, parks and all turf areas. I Must Garden Goose Repellent is sprayed on the vegetation and turf on which the geese feed. The repellent makes their food taste and smell bad and encourages them to leave the area in search of better food.

32oz Concentrate covers 5,000 square feet

Works on geese, ducks, and turkeys!


  • Be sure to cut lawns prior to spraying. Leaving grass clippings would be desirable as it will extend the presence of the repellent in the area
  • Spray lawns and vegetation heavily. Cover surfaces with a fine mist until runoff
  • Also apply to dry surfaces. This helps the repellent adhere, giving it longer-lasting effectiveness and rain-resistance
  • Act early! In the case of migrating geese, applying repellent before expected arrival of geese is always preferred. As with people, it’s always easier to PREVENT bad habits than breaking them
  • For established (and nesting) goose populations, stronger and more frequent applications are recommended
  • Reapply repellent every 2-4 weeks. Areas with heavy or established goose presence will require more frequent applications
  • Apply repellent in the morning or evening. Spraying in the heat of the day and in direct sunlight exposes plants to the possibility of burning. Good gardening practice recommends NOT spraying in direct sunlight and NOT spraying during the hottest time of the day
  • Water treated areas as little as possible. Even though our repellent is rain resistant, ALL repellents break down over time and exposure to water
  • For repelling and discouraging geese, use the repellent at a ratio of 1 part repellent to 6 parts water and spray weekly
  • For prevention and maintenance, use the repellent at a ratio of 1 part repellent to 9 parts water and spray every 2-4 weeks depending on surrounding goose population


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