Woodpecker Bird Food Brick, 11.25-oz.

Woodpecker Bird Food Brick, 11.25-oz. is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
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$3.99
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Model #
08287
Item #
191994

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Description
11.25 oz, woodpecker bird food brick, seed bricks are held together with gelatin & are mixed with the finest fruits, nuts, & seeds, snaks create less waste, less mess & are longer lasting than regular wild birdseed mixes, specifically formulated to attract woodpeckers, ingredients: black sunflower, corn, roasted peanuts, raisins, gelatin, almonds, brazil nuts, cashews, pecans, walnuts, allergen statement: this product may contain 1 or all of the following allergens: milk, tree nuts, fish, & shellfish.
Specifications
Specifications
SKU 191994
Weight 0.7700
Bird Type Blue Jays, Cardinals, Finches, Woodpeckers
UPC 00018222002870
Country of Origin US
Package Width 2.5
Package Length 2.3
Package Height 7.0
Model Number 08287
Manufacturer Name C & S PRODUCTS CO INC
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Kills Mature Grubs We live in SW Florida where grubs and chinch bugs seem to be an ongoing problem. We we live between a vacant lot on one side and a neighbor who does not take care of his lawn on the other side. Because grubs are such a problem, after I put down about 100 feet of new sod I applied a grub and insect product. Since the grass started thinning out terribly, I applied a 2nd product. About 3 weeks after laying the sod I tore it up because it had been destroyed by grubs. I probably picked out of the soil around 40+ live grubs. B4 putting sod down for the 2nd time, I put down an imidacloprid product on the soil and then after the sod was in place I put down Sevin granuals and watered in. Several days have passed with the new sod getting thoroughly watered each day; therefore, I was shocked to see 11 very alive grubs in a 2 × 2 area this morning. Disgusted and frustrated I applied 4 different insect products DIRECTLY ON TOP of the grubs and watered in. After each application, I allowed time to see the affect (...or is it effect?) it was having on the grubs. I did not see any change in their behavior; after playing dead for a minute or two after they were disturbed, they started to quickly burrow onto the dirt. Even more disgusted, I poured this concentrated products (not diluted) directly on top of the grubs and they immediately starting writhing in pain. While feeling very badly to watch something suffering, I needed to see if it killed them. It took several minutes but it did. Yes, I did pour this undiluted on top of them, but seeing their response, I'm confident that the product will work as intended when diluted. Hopefully the label will state that this product can be used on lawns. I have used this recipe product for the past year on flowers and shrubs (including hibiscus') and have no complaints.
Date published: 2019-11-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Go-to product for the home orchard This is the only home-use product I know containing the active ingredient acetamiprid, which was recommended to me by my state's Agricultural Extension expert on insect control as being safer for friendly orchard insects. Acetamiprid is a "synthetic nicotine" that is very potent against apple-damaging insects -- my orchard producing several hundred pounds of fruit uses a bottle per season, which contains the amount of active ingredient as one carton of a popular brand of cigarettes. Nicotine is also an insecticide, only acetamiprid is much less human toxic than nicotine. I apply it wearing an "organic vapor cartridge" respirator mask, but that is only because of my large number of trees I spray and to get into the habit of taking precautions if I switch to a more toxic product. Acetamiprid is absorbed into the fruit and means it requires many fewer sprays than alternative insecticides, which is important for the home/hobby orchard. I get clean fruit with only two sprays per season -- once in late May when the fruit first "sets" and a second time in July or early August. It is the only agent I know that is "curative" -- it prevents fruit from being wrecked even after insects "strike" by laying eggs that would grow into worms. Its chemical similarity to nicotine, low human toxicity and low applied concentration along with following EPA-labelled directions for pre-harvest interval that account for its chemical breakdown allay any concerns of eating the treated fruit. "Neo-nicotinoid" insecticides are criticized for harming bees. The worst actor may be the chemical cousin to acetamiprid called imidacloprid, which is widely applied to corn. Imidacloprid is said to get into the soil and be absorbed into the entire plant and to persist. Acetamiprid breaks down in soil and is much less persistent, and experts reason that it is not a problem for bees if used according to the product label and not applied to fruit until after the flowers have withered. Use Ortho Flower, Fruit & Vegetable Insect Killer according to the labelled directions, and you will have more fruit than you know what do with.
Date published: 2018-08-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Same product, different form... A good product to be used on several different garden plants. Where I traditionally used a similar powder product, I find this user friendly. Most small gardeners will be happy with cost, use and results.
Date published: 2015-06-03
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