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First Nature 3208 Powdered Hummingbird Nectar Concentrate 5.3-ounce Packets, 6-pack
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- Premium concentrate formula contains only the finest all natural sugars and provides a healthy choice and attracting power for hummingbirds.
- 5.3 ounce packet makes 32 ounce of nectar; six per box
- Easy to use powdered nectar concentrate
- Just add water
- Made in usa
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First Nature Powdered Hummingbird Nectar Concentrate 5.3-Ounce Packets, 6-Pack. A Special Solution of the Perfect Hummingbird Sugars. Easy To Use, Just Add to Water. Simply Amazing Results. First Nature Nectar is a premium concentrate that ends the mess of feeding humming birds. No boiling water, no sticky cleanup. Easy to use, and it really draws the birds. One 5.3 ounce packet makes 32 ounces of nectar. Scientific studies have repeatedly shown that hummingbirds prefer sucrose to the monosacharides glucose or fructose. Knowing this, First Nature Nectar uses the finest food-grade sucrose and not less effective invert sugars found in other products. Not only is First Nature Nectar the easiest hummingbird food to use, it's also the most healthy choice for these colorful visitors. You’ll be astounded at how hummingbirds respond!
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Remember to continuously feed the birds as they will rely on your source of food. You need to mix the powder with warm water to disolve. We keep the excess (it makes quite a bit) in a mason jar for refills. Remember to put on subscribe and save so you don't let the little guys run out. Lasts a good bit.