Milwaukee, WI, March 26, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- William Nicholson, president of TechNich Solutions LLC, announced the launch of their next product, BugVibes™ Cherry. This BugVibes™ kit is customized to repel pests attracted to cherry trees.
As the continued debate on the importance of GMO foods, organic foods, and other natural products proceeds, it was important to find an alternative form of pest control for growing food without chemicals and/or genetic plant mutations. BugVibes™ Cherry does just that by attaching to an individual cherry tree and utilizing patent pending vibration algorithms to target a pest’s "fight or flight" reaction.
BugVibes™ Cherry repels Japanese beetles, cherry fruit flies, cherry worms, and birds (especially robins). It is an organic alternative to pesticides and also an alternative to the difficult bird netting that most cherry growers use. Using BugVibes™ Cherry eliminates the damage often done by these bird nets to the tree.
BugVibes™ Cherry has produced early successful results. Dwarf Montmorency cherries were recently grown by a city farmer without bird nets. These cherries were 100% organic with no chemicals applied. Very few cherries were lost to birds during two consecutive growing seasons and there were NO cherry fruit fly worms found in a tree that had previously been infected for several years.
With BugVibes™ Cherry’s multiple bug fighting profiles, gardeners can easily adjust from fighting birds, cherry fruit flies, and cherry worms in the spring to fighting off Japanese beetles that devastate the trees later in the summer. Growing cherries is easy this way. Just strap on a few units to a small cherry tree after small green cherries emerge and pest fighting begins immediately.
TechNich Solutions is seeking gardeners around the world who wish to help establish this technology and reduce pesticide use and grow more organic food. BugVibes™ Cherry has been highly successful in initial tests but needs additional gardeners, farmers, universities, and colleges to help verify the successful results. All it takes is to read the label on common pesticides used for cherry fruit flies, cherry worms and Japanese beetles to help realize if it’s worth reducing pesticide use.
Visit http://www.bugvibes.com/cherry for ordering and additional product information. Additionally, feel free to contact William Nicholson directly by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (262) 347-3137.