Bird damage is a persistent and severe problem for many farmers
The Eagle Eye product range is an open area bird control system that is being used very successfully in Agriculture and Horticulture.
Pest birds are irritated and driven away by light spectra reflected from the Eagle Eye system.
Birds don't become accustomed to the light as long as the devices are clean and maintained.
Wheat, grain, sunflowers, vegetables, fruit, rice, vineards etc. can now be protected with the Eagle Eye system.
To ensure effective functionality for the Eagle Eye, it is necessary to:
-Place the units in the correct area
-Position them high enough above the harvest
-Place the units in direct sunlight
-Ensure that the reflecting surfaces are kept clean
It is essential that the units are installed at least 3-4 weeks before the harvest is ripe enough to be attractive as food for the birds.
Losses from bird damage can be reduced by up to 60%.
The main weapons in our agriculture arsenal are the Pro-Peller and the FlashFlag units.
These units are wind-driven and more affordable for large areas.
They are also easy to install onto dropper posts or existing poles.
Other units like the Eagle Eye solar unit and the wind driven Eagle Eye can also be used to further improve results.
Pro-Peller and FlashFlag placement in the agriculture:
Option 1: Pro-Peller units and Flash Tape (most economical)
Install a Pro-Peller unit on each corner of the area.
Also install 2 more Pro-Peller units as indicated.
Tie 1 meter of Flash Tape every 10 meters.
6 Pro-Peller units and 1 roll of Flash Tape will be needed for the first hectare.
4 Pro-Peller units and 1 roll Flash Tape will be needed for every adjacent hectare.
| Option 2: Pro-Peller units only
|| Install one Pro-Peller unit every 30 meters. 16 units will be needed for the first hectareand 12 for every adjacent hectare.
Option 3: Pro-Peller and FlashFlag units
| Install Pro-Peller and FlashFlag units 25 meters apart. 8 Pro-Peller units and 17 FlashFlags for the first hectare and6 Pro-Peller units and 14 FlashFlags for every adjacent hectare.