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How do you keep frogs off the lawn?

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2016-02-01 19:50:50
2016-02-01 19:50:50

Frogs are an extremely beneficial critter, eating tremendous amounts of insects which are NOT beneficial to your lawn, flowers, shrubs, etc. You should be doing everything possible to encourage frogs to protect your property.

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