Miriam Burgess Outdoor August 11th, 2018 - 14:59:14
The frogs and toads to your garden. Attracting and keeping frogs and toads in your garden will help reduce pest populations. Naturally, without the need for pesticides, they feed on many pests, such as bugs beetles, caterpillars, cutworms, grasshoppers grubs slugs and a variety of other pests. A single frog can eat over 100 insects in one night.
Here are some of the ways to attract frogs and toads to your garden, eliminate chemicals, pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, and herbicides can poison frogs and toads frogs and toads breathe and drink through their skin offer shelter most toads and frogs are nocturnal and avoid sun to prevent dehydration, create a shelter by arranging stones into a small cave, you can also use a clay or ceramic flowerpot of housing.
Turn the pot upside down and prop it with rocks, leaving enough room for the frog or toad to slip inside, provide water, toads and frogs don't drink through their mouths. Instead, they absorb moisture into their bodies by sitting in water place. Several shallow containers of water in the shade near the shelter just one frog or toad - can eat up to 10,000 pests during the garden season.
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