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Pheasant repellent approved

April 12, 2009
Minot Daily News

BISMARCK - Pheasants clever enough, or hungry enough, to dig up seed corn during this year's planting season may be in for an uncomfortable surprise. The U. S. Environmental Protection Agency has approved the use of Avipel Liquid Corn Seed Treatment and Avipel Dry Powder Corn Seed Treatment. Pheasants or other birds that eat seed corn treated with Avipel will suffer an unpleasant reaction. The equivalent in humans might be a bad stomach ache.



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