Granular or Liquid Deer & Rabbit MACE
Deer & Rabbit MACE is offered in a granular or liquid formula designed to fit the needs of every landscaper, gardener or commercial farmer. This time released formula offers a 3-prong approach incorporating fear, scent, and taste based technology into a powerful product lasting up to 3 months or more! Weather-resistant in even the harshest of winter conditions.
Granular or liquid? Depending on when and where you apply Deer and Rabbit MACE, will determine requirements. Most consumers find using both granular and liquid formulas provide the maximum amount of protection possible.Shop Now!
Liquid: Our Liquid formula is the most versatile, providing easy-to-apply blanket protection for all treated areas. Liquid formulas are available in concentrate or ready-to-use spray bottles. Liquid formulas may be applied to lawns, shrubs, vines, trees, flowers, gardens and any landscaped area. Our liquid spray is best used for tall vegetation, whilst our granular is best used for protecting lower level plants and shrubbery.
Nature’s MACE repellents dry odorless to humans but are extremely offensive to deer and rabbits keen sensitive sense of smell. Our liquid repellents treat generally more square footage and are more economical than granular repellents, offering more value to consumers. Our repellents Do NOT leave a film, stain, or discolor plants or siding.
Liquid formulas for large applications such as landscapes and commercial farming can be easily applied using motorized or manual spray pumps.
Granular: Our granular formulas are perfect for perimeter applications. Best used along the perimeter of rose bushes, gardens, yards, door steps and landscapes to effectively protect treated areas. Granular repellents are usually remaining active when the product is visible. As the product diminishes, reapplication will be required to maintain repellency protecting treated areas.
Additional benefit to granular formulas are their ability to be apply in freezing temperatures. For long term winter applications, liquid should be applied in temperatures above 38° Fahrenheit and before winter sets in. In heavy snowfall or icy conditions, crush ice or snow before application.