The Q&A Archives: Pests

Question: How do you get rid of brown tree frogs? I have baby ones in my 3 potted plants.

Answer: There's really no way to get rid of the tree frogs but you can place a barrier between the potting soil and the frogs until they figure out they can't enjoy hiding in your potted plants. Try stretching bird netting over the rims of the containers and bunching it up underneath the foliage so the frogs cannot access the moist soil. Eventually they will get the message and move on.

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