How to Keep Frogs Out of Garden?

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There really isn't any way to deter frogs from entering your garden aside from removing the garden itself, covering the area in concrete and turning it into a parking lot. Frogs are attracted to bugs and water and if you have a garden, then both of these things will be present in an abundance. Frogs actually improve the health of your garden by consuming bugs which eat plants.
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1. Remove the habitat for frogs that is near your garden. If you have a garden pond or pond nearby where the frogs live, you should consider moving the pond or your garden to another
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fill it up with something like tennis balls so nothing can go in it
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Keep them separated. Excretions from one amphibian can sometimes be toxic to another. Keep them in class containers with moss and a water dish large enough for them to soak themselves
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