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Swiftlet Farming Seminar On May 5 & 6th, 2018

Swiftlet Farming Seminar On May 5 & 6th, 2018
Calling for participants to this special Swiftlet Farming Seminar to be held in Sandakan, Sabah. You will be given the opportunity to learn and at same time to enter two BHs plus how to prepare MV3 aroma, Seminar will be held at Sandakan Hotel, Sandakan Sabah. For detail please PM 0177551318

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

The Multiple Usage Of Super Pheromone Liquid !!!

Last night after dinner a BH owner called for a short meeting and told me to bring a container of the Super Pheromone liquid.

I met him with the 5 liter liquid and briefly advised him on what he do to improve the nest population in his new BH located some where in Dungun Trengganu.

Prior to getting the liquid pheromone he bought the canister type and tried for about two months.

What make him to order the liquid was the effectiveness shown after using the canister pheromone.

He used the product mainly to anchor his new tenant.

Every time he carry out his BH monthly inspection he will try to look around for any new bird shit spots on the floor.

If the spots were fresh and there were more than 10 shits he will try to locate the exact spot where they were  sleeping.

Once the precise location was located he will spray twice with the canisterised pheromone.

His experiment works and according to him immediately after spraying those couples will stick to the same place and will immediately start to spit saliva markings onto the resting areas.  Soon the saliva will become thicker and more visible after less than 3 weeks.

It seems that the pheromone will cause the birds to start producing more saliva once they return home from their daily hunting.

The smell of the pheromone do have some kind of effect on their saliva producing glands.

Once the smell entered their lungs they will start to generate more saliva and this will bring a few benefits to your BH.

The couple affected by the smell will quickly start building their nest.

The nest will grow at a much faster rate.

The size of the nest will be normally larger if adequate amount of pheromone were sprayed.

Once they mate and laid the first egg, the couple will be your until they die.

My advise to the BH owner last night was to continue applying the liquid on the nest until they laid the first egg.  Stop after that.

"Pak Harry, what else can I do with the liquid?" his next question.

Well if I were you try to think of various methods on how to retain the old tenants and secure the new tenants.

Let us look at the application of this liquid onto the spot after your harvest those nests.

If you can once you harvest try to apply the liquid and I am sure the tenant will return and will quickly build a new nest within less then 2 weeks at the same spot.

You might want to use the liquid to make those nests become larger.  Try to apply on any nests that were under construction.  See if their nest will be larger as compared to not being sprayed with the liquid.

What you are doing now to anchor those new tenants by applying the liquid onto the spots where new tenant stayed is a good way to get more new tenants to stay put inside your BH. Once they return home and smell the liquid they will become intoxicated and will usually anchored inside.

You might want to think of using the liquid inside those hanging garden bottles.  Remember it is a expensive stuff so try to be careful when you use it.

You might want to look into applying these liquid onto those fake nests.  Once you have installed those fake nests onto the nesting planks you can spray or apply with those brush.  Just one layer will do.

The next idea is to focus on those corner covers.  Choose those corner covers that are located inside your VIP rooms and remote with total darkness.  Apply the liquid and see what happened.

Try to master the use of the liquid and I believed you will soon see your tenant will grow much faster as compared to before using it.

Best of luck to you.

Those who wanted to try please call 017 7551318 now.


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