Bonide Go Away Rabbit Dog and Cat Repellent - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by Luigi from Guatemala
    05/10/2015
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    What are the measures of water in which Bonide Go Away Repellent should be dissolved?
    A
    This is a granular repellent that should be applied dry, straight out of the container. It should not be mixed with water, and you should apply the repellent to dry ground when rain is not expected.
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  • Asked by Jan from Sumter S C
    02/26/2017
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    Could you please tell me what to mix when using the Bonide Go Away Rabbit Dog and Cat Repellent?
    Booklet on back of Bonide cat and dog repellant not clear. what do you mix it with ?
    A

    Per the product label on the Bonide Go Away Rabbit Dog and Car Repellent you want to lightly and evenly sprinkle a 4 foot wide band next to and around the area you wish to protect. One pound will treat a band 4 feet wide by 50 feet in length which is approximately 200 sq ft. If after 2 weeks no visitation has been observed (meaning no animals have been in the area) a broadcast/maintenance application may be made at a rate of 1lb per 300 sq ft. Do not water in after application, and reapply product after heave precipication or every two weeks to obtain best results. 

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  • Asked by Mary from Spokane Wa
    06/29/2014
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    Can squash be eaten when Bonide Go Away for cats and dogs has been applied 12 to 18 inches from plant?
    Applied Bonide 2 weeks ago...garden has received rain several times as well as watered by sprinkler. Can vegetables on the vine now...or future vegetables be eaten?
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    Bonide Go Away Rabbit Dog and Cat Repellent should NOT be applied on or near anything edible. Any crops that came in contact with it should be discarded and not consumed.
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