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decompose bird feces

Posted by clysta 8 (dbaber@juno.com) on
Sun, Mar 23, 14 at 20:26

Does anyone know of a chemical or nematode, etc., that will decompose pigeon and dove droppings? They spend the night in my trees and without rain it builds up on my expensive gravel.


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RE: decompose bird feces

No.

Watering the droppings in, or raking them out, is about the only thing you can do.


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RE: decompose bird feces

You could tie bird scare in the trees.(reflective tape) I used it before on the patio cover to keep them away and I use it on the fruit trees and grape vines


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I guess the bird tape is going to have to do. I was hoping some red worms or something like would do it. Supposedly we do have worms here in AZ, but they must be really deep because I have never seen one.


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RE: decompose bird feces

I have earth worms or red worms every where but I use steer manure everywhere


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