Although I’ve not noticed any extra snake populations at the homestead I never find them plan to rid the territory of these nasty serpents. These reptiles tend to flourish in warm conditions as they are cold blooded creatures so it’s crucial to eliminate places which they could call home. To help eliminate them you should always attack the areas which offer them a place for living. Make certain that the property is clear of any debris, seal up any cracks and openings in your home; prevent piles of bricks, logs, timber and stones which could harbor a secure refuge for those snakes. As I researched how to eliminate these monsters I chanced upon several methods which have traditionally proven to be pure bunk.
These wiggly creatures are resourceful and are capable of surviving for a time period in water and finally will crawl away unharmed. Another false notion is that distributing oil or gas around the parameter of your lawn will keep them at bay. This is simply not correct. Often people will put ropes around their yard with the belief that the snake will confuse the rope for another snake and prevent crossing over it. This is just another neglect since snakes have a great visual capacity and quickly can differentiate such a trick. Additionally, once I worked in the Nature Center at Redden State Park we had snakes and it didn’t bother the two snakes together to crawl up close to one another, often crossing over another snake. One suggestion is to put Bat Poop around your lawns perimeter but this is a false claim as the odor doesn’t chase away the snake. The best you can expect with this remedy would be to chase the door to door salesmen away.
The worse suggestion I have discovered is putting moth balls around your dwelling. Moth balls are a dangerous element and might easily seep down into your water source or even contaminate your homestead. This by far should be avoided. Does it seem discouraging? Not really, as my research has also demonstrated that there are numerous organic methods by which I could fight the regional snakes.
The trick to eliminating the beasts is in using plants that offend or harm them. Each plant has its own characteristic smell and biological attributes that may be utilized as an effective snake repellent. Below are a few which are inclined to discourage snakes from squatting in your homestead.
This magnificent flowering plant has repelling factor that are especially helpful for ridding your home of those creatures. The characteristic smell related to the Marigold interrupts the naval system of snakes together with its stalks milky sap corroding the skin of the snake causing it to itch. If the sap comes in contact with the snakes eyes it may lead to blindness or blurry vision. This fact made Pam very happy as today she can happily plant her brilliant Marigolds anywhere in the yard.
There’s an additional advantage to using this plant around your lawn as well because any prey that has touched the plant and is absorbed by the snake that the bitterness might result in death.
The medical part of the plant when rubbed on the skin of the snake serves as an inhibitor and might cause a heart attack in the snake.
Snakes totally hate the scents which arise from this plant’s leaves. Finally we experience the Tulbaghia Violacea plant. This is a frequent plant in the African desert and is capable of living in major droughts. In Africa it is used in the treatment of snake bites. The smell of its blossoms and leaves act as an irritant to bees leading to an effective repellent.
It would appear that each and every plant has a goal and its objective is to contribute to humanity’s well being. We’re going to try these and see if they work and promised.