Snake Repellent?

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A good snake repellent is one that has a strong odour and the snake will detect it and be repelled. Some good repellents include cinnamon oil, mot balls or sulphur. You may also keep a cat that will not only control mice but snakes as well.
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Moth balls work as snake repellents, but they are toxic to people and domestic animals. Products such as Liquid Fence Snake Repellent provide an environmentally friendly solution
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The best snake repellent is mothballs. Place one or two mothballs in the areas
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There aren't any. They don't really work and they are all mono-directional with a short diameter / radius.
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Lay a large piece of rope around your yard,folklore says that a snake wont cross over the rope, worth a try. And maybe 10 points
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What Are Good Snake Repellents?
Snakes have an organ called "Jacobson's organ," which they use, in addition to their tongue, as a smell receptor. They are repulsed by strong odors and will leave the area if a strong odor is detected. In addition to using a snake repellent, keep grass... More »
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Snakes are usually repulsed by strong odours and this informs the use of snake repellents. A good snake repellent should be environmentally friendly. For example, you can use Cinnamon oils or over the counter sprays. Some repellents such as sulphur could be harmful to pets and children and thus should be avoided. A good repellent should not be toxic and thus toxic ones such as moth balls should be avoided.
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