Milwaukee,WI (PRWEB) July 15, 2014
Regular and organic pesticides often harm water supplies, people, pets, and beneficial insects such as ladybugs and honeybees. These pesticides are temporary and wash right off so pests come swarming back after rain. This forces gardeners to use more pesticides. Netting used for repelling birds is labor-intensive and stunts growth. Even options like Japanese beetle traps are widely documented to attract beetles to a yard from a long distance away and plants still wind up damaged when traps are used.
BugVibes™ is a small electronic device that provides continuous plant protection against insect pests such as Japanese beetles. It generates complex vibrations to repel garden pests. It is available for a very short period of time at a great price on Kickstarter.
BugVibes™ straps to a precious plant or plant support stake and features a microprocessor, a light sensor and a temperature sensor to attack pests when pests are most vulnerable. It can be re-used year after year, providing cost-effective continuous protection for the plants in a yard that matter the most. It’s so effective that BugVibes™ has been suggested as a potential part of an effective Integrated Pest Management program (IPM) by the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Entomology Department.
“BugVibes™ was initially designed just to fight Japanese beetles, and KickStarter is helping us to expand the technology to continuously repel many different possible pests. With invading species such as Japanese beetles, plum curculio, and stink bugs, we need gardeners around the world to help try the new capabilities on their own pest problem,” says William Nicholson, president of TechNich Solutions, which manufacturers BugVibes™.
Using the special product offers only available on Kickstarter for 30 days from today, or even by just donating to the fight for more organic and non-GMO foods on Kickstarter, TechNich Solutions asks you to help us reduce pesticide use around the world one plant at a time.
Visit the Kickstarter page and watch the inspiring video at: BugVibes on KickStarter.
William Nicholson | bnicholson(at)bugvibes(dot)com | (262) 347-3137