Regular Green Humming LineFly Away Birdies
Regular Green Fly Away Birdies line is a humane and easy to use bird repellent. It is an effective bird deterrent that emits an ever-varying sound and vibration that birds won't go near.
The sound it makes changes constantly so birds can not get used to it. It is safe, simple, durable and easy to install.
When installed between upright stakes it will emit humming sounds when you have a slight gentle breeze and will get increasingly louder as the wind picks up. Fly Away Birdies line is harmless to crops, birds, and animals.
- Orchards and wineries - protect your harvest and results of your work;
- Farms and fields - protect your seeds and crops;
- Home and business - protect your home, stores, and industrial buildings from nesting birds and droppings;
- Boats - protect your boat from droppings.
Fly Away Birdies humming line scares away pest birds by vibrating in the slightest breeze generating a sound that varies as the wind changes. Powered by the wind, spooks birds without harming them Ideal for all outside allocations.
- Birds are deterred, yet unharmed;
- Your crops and your property are saved;
- Your work and your investments are protected;
- Wind-powered, no electricity needed;
- Simple to install;
- Environmentally safe;
- UV Stabilized.
Regular Green humming line includes 325 yards long humming line and is intended to last 6 to 8 weeks.
See how it works:
When to install: Install at fruit set. Remove from field and re-spool after harvest.
How to install: Install humming line between in row uprights 15' to 30' apart. Lightly pull the line to remove slack plus 1". Avoid twisting line.
Low crop use: For shorter crops, place lines on 10' to 12' row centers with upper rights 15' to 30' apart. Humming line should be 24" over the canopy.
Brambles, vines, and trees: Lines may be placed above crop or between rows 8' to 10' above ground level. Uprights should be 15' to 30' apart.
Removal: after harvest, take the humming line down and either throw it away or recycle it.
Note: The higher the humming line, the farther the harmonic sound will travel. Sound can be heard up to several hundred feet away.