InventHelp Presents Attractive Barrier to Keep Deer from Potted Plants (CCT-4256)

InventHelp Presents Attractive Barrier to Keep Deer from Potted Plants (CCT-4256)

 

PITTSBURGH/ Dec. 31, 2018 (STL.News)

An inventor from Cincinnati, Ohio, has developed DEER GUARD, an attractive and protective barrier for a potted flower or plant. It prevents deer from eating the foliage or vegetables.

“Deer destroyed over $500 of plantings in one night, even with $50 worth of deer repellent surrounding my plants,” she said. “My invention provides an attractive barrier to roaming deer while still allowing in light and air to nourish planted flowers and vegetables.”

The easy-to-use device protects an ornamental potted plant so that deer and other animals cannot eat it.

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