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EFFICACY OF METHYL ANTHRANILATE AS A BIRD REPELLENT ON CHERRIES , BLUEBERRIES AND GRAPES

@inproceedings{Borrecco2017EFFICACYOM,
  title={EFFICACY OF METHYL ANTHRANILATE AS A BIRD REPELLENT ON CHERRIES , BLUEBERRIES AND GRAPES},
  author={J. Borrecco and R. Marsh},
  year={2017}
}
Anthranilitic acid derivatives, used as common food additives, have been explored as bird repellent agents for a number of years. Research in this study show that methyl anthranilate, when exposed to the UV spectrum of sunlight, readily dissipates within 64 hours. The addition of surfactants and extenders did not appreciably alter the degradation curve, nor did they lessen the phytotoxic properties of the chemical. Field trials under IR-4 guidance and support indicate that methyl anthranilate… Expand
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