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Plantskydd works by emitting an odor that animals associate with predator activity. Research has proven that odor-based repellents (Plantskydd) are more effective than other repellent systems; where the animal needs to taste treated plants before being repelled. Animals avoid plants before they bite—not after!

Its long-term effectiveness is attributable to the tenacity of its 100% natural, vegetable oil binder in sticking to plants — even under severe snow/rainfall conditions: up to 6 months over winter, 3-4 months in summer.

“rabbits and deer immediately stopped eating my flowers – I was truly blown away at its effectiveness.” I was skeptical when I first bought Plantskydd.  I had tried everything to discourage deer – Irish Spring soap, egg-based sprays, pepper sprays, urine, Skoot, electric fence – you name it.  My frustration intensified when the rabbit population… View Article

“VOLE update:  There is absolutely no sign of voles.  No holes, no mounds, no vole damage.” I actually worked in my flower bed this weekend, doing some preliminary cleaning. So, I was able to really survey the situation. There is absolutely no sign of voles. No holes, no mounds, no damage. I actually have black… View Article

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Vanguard average expense ratio: 0.19%. Industry average expense ratio: 1.03%. Sources: Vanguard and Lipper, a Thomson Reuters Company, as of December 31, 2015.

Plantskydd works by emitting an odor that animals associate with predator activity. Research has proven that odor-based repellents (Plantskydd) are more effective than other repellent systems; where the animal needs to taste treated plants before being repelled. Animals avoid plants before they bite—not after!

Its long-term effectiveness is attributable to the tenacity of its 100% natural, vegetable oil binder in sticking to plants — even under severe snow/rainfall conditions: up to 6 months over winter, 3-4 months in summer.

“rabbits and deer immediately stopped eating my flowers – I was truly blown away at its effectiveness.” I was skeptical when I first bought Plantskydd.  I had tried everything to discourage deer – Irish Spring soap, egg-based sprays, pepper sprays, urine, Skoot, electric fence – you name it.  My frustration intensified when the rabbit population… View Article

“VOLE update:  There is absolutely no sign of voles.  No holes, no mounds, no vole damage.” I actually worked in my flower bed this weekend, doing some preliminary cleaning. So, I was able to really survey the situation. There is absolutely no sign of voles. No holes, no mounds, no damage. I actually have black… View Article

Inside the new collaboration from Lucasfilm, Topps, and Authenticators, Inc. that is bringing peace of mind to Star Wars autograph hunters.

Amazing moments, from meeting Star Wars legends to seeing “Chewie, we’re home” for the first time with thousands of other fans.

The voice of the Ghost ‘s Mandalorian weapons expert speaks to StarWars.com about her character’s return home and where she goes from here.

Singer, songwriter and producer, the 28 year old Norwegian has independently carved her way through the initial stages of her inevitably long music career, and is currently sitting on the edge of breaking big. Part of a widely recognized, ice cool wave of musicians and bands coming from Scandinavia, Emilie is a shining light, with an album of tracks that don't sound like anyone else, let alone her native peers.

Emilie's early years were influenced by a huge range of genres and musical styles. "My dad listened to a lot of Jazz and Bossa Nova" Emilie explains, "Of course, I listened to the big stars in the 90's. I sang to Celine Dion and Destiny’s Child in my living room". It is this blend of musical styles that define Emilie's sound. Pop, contemporary R&B, electronica but with the sensibilities and talent of a jazz musician.

Very much a product of her upbringing and her background, Emilie was introduced to music by her family from a very early age. "When I was 3 years old I told my mom I wanted to be a "singing lady" so I think I’ve been singing from very early on” says Emilie, “and I started writing songs when I got a guitar from my uncle".