For Professional Landscapers, Golf Course Superintendents, Pest Control Management
FOCUS ON PEAK APPLICATION TIMES
Apply in habited area at first sign of snake presence. Apply in early spring where activity has been observed in the past. Also apply Snake Scram Pro in structures or exclusion areas before snake presence is detected.
Snakes reveal that they are always looking for cool places to hide. A heap of compost or wood in a garden is likely to attract snakes to the property. Gaps in the heap are perfect places for snakes to hide. So you need to eliminate these safe spots from the property.
EPIC, a leading repellent manufacturer, offers granular professional grade repellent for snake. This product was specially formulated and tested to effectively deter snakes and is both easily applied and long lasting.
Snake Scram Professional is highly offensive to snakes' Jacobsen organ receptors and causes them to leave treated areas. Protect properties by placing on and around infested areas.
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- Firewood stacked directly on the ground
- Gardens and flower beds with heavy mulch
- Untrimmed shrubs also shrubs growing next to a foundation
- Unmowed & unkept lawns, abandoned lots and fields with tall vegetation
- Pond and stream banks with abundant debris and trash
- Cluttered basements and attics with rodent, bird or bat problem
- Feed storage areas in barn hay lofts where rodents abound
- Crawl spaces under houses & buildings
Likely places to find snakes around homes include:
22lb. (9.98 kg)
AVOID CONTACT with or handling of snakes if you are unfamiliar with snake species and their proper handling.
While most snakes are harmless,
many varieties can strike and bite
if surprised or disturbed by human
activity. Also, several species in
the USA are poisonous and can
be harmful if they bite.
There are around 3,000 snake species in the world, and about 375 of these are venomous. From enormous ones like the python, which can swallow animals as large as a whole deer ~ to snakes that are just a few inches long, snakes can be found in all types of habitats. Snakes like to live in damp, dark, cool places where food is abundant.
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