How to Get Rid of Tree Frogs?


To get rid of tree frogs first try making a homemade mixture of citrus, vinegar and salt water. Spray this mixture where the frogs tend to be found. This mixture will not harm the frogs, but will deter them from making their home near yours. You can find more information here:
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1. Get rid of the frogs' food source. If you have a fly or mosquito problem, you will need to get that under control because it attracts the frogs. Try using fly traps or citronella
salt or viniger.
It lasts through summer I think. I used to have pet frogs and they really liked Barry White's voice. Maybe you should put a radio out there and play some to speed up the process.
1. Set up a tank as the enclosure for your frogs’ habitat. The tank should be at least 20 gallons for one or two frogs. The tank should have a mesh lid, which can be purchased
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How to Get Rid of Frogs in Trees
One frog in a tree can drive you crazy, but you might be able to ignore it long enough to go to sleep. However, multiple frogs in a tree is enough to keep you awake. Although frogs are beneficial to your yard, you might need to scare them off in order to... More »
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