BrowseBan® Animal Repellent
- Animal repellent reduces animal browsing on agricultural crops
- Can be tank-mixed with most pesticides
- Helps repel deer, raccoons and more
BrowseBan® is an EPA-registered animal repellent that provides taste and smell deterrents to effectively and economically reduce animal browsing on many agricultural crops. Active ingredient is 2% capsaicin, which is a natural hot pepper extract that is extremely hot to the taste but can be applied up to the day of harvest. Humans can’t detect the odor but animals can. Mix with water at a rate of 1.28 fl. oz. per 1 gal. water or 1 gal. BrowseBan per 100 gals. water. Treat crops on a seven-day schedule at a minimum rate of 10 gals. spray mixture per acre. Can be tank-mixed with most other pesticides and be applied with air, ground or handheld sprayers. Labeled for use on bell peppers, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cucurbits, dry beans, field corn, fruit trees, grapes, snap beans, soybeans, sweet corn, tomatoes and zucchini. Rainfall and irrigation may reduce effectiveness and require reapplication. 2.5-gal. container. USA made.
NOTE: Cannot be sold or shipped to Alaska, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Indiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Virginia, Wyoming, Washington D.C., U.S. Territories and International.
NOTE: EPA registration number is 85493-1.
NOTE: Do not allow product to freeze.
2013 Master Catalog: Page 509