This will sound silly but it has worked so far on my fig tree.
Take your old AOL CDs and tie one end of a long single strand of
fishing line to it. Tie the other end to a tree branch. Single line
helps it turn more. Tie quite a few throughout the tree. The slightest
breeze make it look like a 70s disco. I have not had one bird in my
fig tree since doing this.
I have bird netting on my peach trees and it has pretty much stopped the birds
from getting into the peaches. My netting goes up over the tree and then it is
gathered at the bottom and secured. As far as keeping the bird out it does the
trick but now all my trees look like they are wearing hair nets.
On 8/5/2003 4:32 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I managed to keep the birds out of my peaches by using netting, but I had to
be careful about birds getting trapped. That meant a trip around the trees a
couple times a day. In the course of a week, I had to free a half dozen
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