Will Lime Repel Snakes?


Up to now, there are still no concluded studies that has proven that lime can be used to repel snakes. Along with lime, other remedies that fail to repel snakes are gourd vines, moth balls, sulfur, cedar oil, a tacky bird repellent, cayenne pepper spray, sisal rope, coal tar and creosote, liquid smoke, artificial skunk scent, and musk.
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According to pest professionals, the idea that lime will repel snakes is a myth. There is no research whatsoever that lime keeps snakes away. In fact lime can be dangerous for humans.
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Lime does not keep snakes away in fact there is no powder or liquid that can be used that will repel snakes around your property. There are however certain things ...
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