how do you stop weeds from growning and snakes from coming?
cause it is this place around me and i am trying to clean it up and there are snales and weeds that keep growing.......
Use a weed killer on the weeds. For the snakes, get some moth balls, and throw them all around the place. I usually use several bags at one time. They will stay on the ground for about three months, then you will need to put out more moth balls.
Also, if you do not have cats, then you may want to get a few, if you have that many snakes.
Vinegar is a very effective and safe weed killer. Snakes, it depends upon what kind. Some snakes are beneficial, some snakes actually eat other snakes. Cats are definitely a good idea for getting rid of them.
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