Most people don’t want snakes to be in their yard or garden. There are a few things which may be done to manage snakes so that you don’t have to have them around.
First thing you should realistically consider is a rodent pest problem in your garden. Snakes will stick around if there is loads of food to consume. If you take care of the potential rodent problem, snakes can move on naturally as there isn’t going to be a food supply to eat.
The next thing which you will have to do is to eliminate areas for the snakes in your yard to live in. Many snakes like regions with a few inches of grass so that they can hide in them making it effortless to hide and look for their prey. Eliminate large piles of wood and sticks in the area. If you store these in the yard, keep it off the ground. Eliminate stones and other things that a snake might have the ability to hide under getting from the sun. Make certain to carefully store yard toys and other things so snakes will not find shelter underneath them.
One very simple way to manage snakes is to use cat litter. This can enter skin and cause them quite a bit of discomfort. Sulfur is another frequent repellent but it can cause some problems with the quality of your soil making your plants not grow too. Call Titusville Squirrel Removal for help!