How to Protect Your Yard from Deer Damage
Deer damage to landscaping around homes, especially in yards with gardens, is common in urban and rural settings. The situation is especially prevalent in New Jersey because the state averages 150 deer per square mile - 10 times the standard population.
To deter deer from entering your yard, you have three options:
1. Deer Repellent Service
While most deer repellents use an offensive odor to try scaring away deer, TriOrganics' patented repellent has a pleasant aroma that repels deer because it irritates their strong sense of smell and taste. This method is especially effective for yards with low to high deer pressure and traffic.
Because proper use of any deer repellent is critical in protecting your yard, we'll help you monitor deer activity to ensure the most effective treatment to protect your various plants and shrubs. If you're considering new plantings, we recommend starting your service the moment your vegetation is in because it won't take long for deer to discover and damage your investment.
TriOrganics' signature service includes a patented, chemical-free organic repellant that is applied to your property each month and won't wash off in the rain or snow. Your repellent program is customized to fit your specific needs, so you can choose between a year-round program or a seasonal 8-month summer/winter program.
Stop wasting money each year by replacing damaged shrubs and flowers ...
Reduce your risk of tick infestation and Lyme disease due to deer traffic ...
Give yourself the freedom to plant whatever you want in your yard without worrying if it will get damaged ...
Keep in mind, deer are wild animals and under extreme circumstances there is nothing you can do to completely stop them. TriOrganics’ deer repellent service is over 95% effective providing great protection.
2. Deer Repellent Plus Service
If you have high to severe deer pressure, you'll likely need a more aggressive approach.
Unfortunately, deer populations have outgrown many areas, forcing them to find food wherever it's available. And, since a deer can eat an average of 5-8 pounds of vegetation daily, just a small herd grazing in your garden can ruin your landscape in a single night.
With TriOrganics' Deer Repellent Plus program, we'll help you monitor deer activity and apply two different types of repellents to your property, with 2 separate applications per month. By alternating between liquid and granular repellent applications, you get an added layer of protection.
Furthermore, just like our monthly repellent option, your biweekly program is customized to fit your specific needs. So you can choose between a year-round program or a seasonal 8-month summer/winter program.
3. Electric-Repellent Fencing System
For more severe problems with deer activity and pressure, you can consider putting up a 10-foot fence around your entire property - or you can go with a less obstructive option such as TriOrganics' Electric-Repellent Fence System. Pioneering research and development has resulted in TriOrganics launching the next generation of deer damage protection, which makes deterring deer on residential property easier and less noticeable than ever.
TriOrganics's patented Electric-Repellent Fence System is designed for homes with extreme deer pressure or significant amounts of lush, fast-growing perennials. It combines the two most effective methods for protection - electric fences and repellents - so even the hungriest deer stay away from your landscaping.
Supported by black fiberglass stakes, the black ribbon fencing releases electric pulses designed to startle - but not harm - deer. Each month, a technician sprays your fence with our patented, chemical-free organic repellant. So in addition to the small shock delivered when the fence is touched, the repellant's irritating (yet pleasant to humans) smell discourages and trains deer from entering into your landscape beds.
The Electric-Repellent Fence System leasing program includes installation, rental, normal wear and tear repair service calls, routine maintenance, and periodic system upgrades.