Getting Rid of Frog in My Yard?

Does anyone know how to rid toads/frogs from your garden? They "talk" all night and it is impossible to get a nights rest.

Hardiness Zone: 10a

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By Barb R.

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June 10, 20100 found this helpful

Toads and frogs are always good because, they will eat pests and insects which harms your garden and plants.

They won't harm your garden and plants!

Buy yourself a window air conditioner so you don't have to keep your bedroom window open at night.

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June 12, 20100 found this helpful

You won't be happy with the bugs once the frogs are gone. Think of their sounds as music. You are blessed to have frogs. Haven't you heard they are dying off? I have lost 90% of mine.

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June 12, 20100 found this helpful

Honestly you can get rid of the, but you'll have cockroaches and bugs. Instead, if they're talking, that means they're mating in a body of water.

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Eliminate standing water and they'll likely find a better place to romance one another! :)

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June 12, 20100 found this helpful

Please don't get rid of the frogs/toads! They eat so many nasty insects, snails, slugs, etc. After awhile, their music will be "white noise" for you at night and you won't be able to sleep without it!

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June 12, 20100 found this helpful

My sister would gladly take them. She moved to a house on Puget Sound, no frogs near the salt water. She misses the sound of their croaking terribly. She bought a motion detector croaking frog so she could hear their music again.

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