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Beware of Snakes in Your Garden



Beware of Snakes in Your Garden

About a month ago I was standing 5 ft. away from a curled up 6 ft. Western Diamond-backed Rattlesnake ...when I was watering my 3 raised beds. It had eaten a rat and was just laying against one of the beds.
The next week my neighbor saw the same type of snake in her yard.
This snake was in the top 10 most poisonous snake in the world and it's in my backyard in Austin, TX.
What can kill snakes besides Dr. T's Snake-A-Way?
Someone told me they don't like lavender. Is that true?
Do anyone know anything else you can kill snakes with besides Dr. T's Snake-A-Way?

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