Are you a homeowner with a mole problem? Are you annoyed of ground moles ruining your lawn and flower beds? We understand how moles can drive you insane. The main problem with moles are the tunnels they create. Most moles dig tunnels close to the surface of the ground which can damage vegetation. Since moles donâ€™t hibernate, they are continually on the hunt for earthworms, insects, small mammals and other food sources. With a large appetite to satisfy, moles dig constantly to find more food creating endless amount of tunnels. You can imagine that without proper pest control, moles can and will be a serious â€œlawn hazard.â€ Due to their digging habits, they are often underground making it quite difficult to identify whether or not if you truly have a mole problem. If you're noticing evidence of raised tunnels and large mounds, moles are present without a doubt.
How to Get Rid of Moles
Moles can range in size from 3â€ to 9â€. However, there are some cases, where people have witnessed moles up to 12â€. Ground moles have grayish blue fur, a slim nose, thin pointed teeth, and razor-sharp claws. Donâ€™t get it misconstrued, moles are not rodents. However, they do belong to the mammal family called the insectivores.
How to Kill Moles
We have all the ground mole control products to effectively rid your lawn and garden of ground moles. There are plenty of ways to rid your garden of ground moles. Several methods include: baiting with mole bait, smoke/gas, mole repellents, and mole traps. When using the methods mentioned above there are a couple of things to keep in mind. When doing your own mole control, patience and persistence is key. It is recommended to utilize these methods during mole peak seasons such as spring and fall.
Mole Control Products
- Mole Repellent
Repel moles from certain garden/lawn areas w/ professional repellents.
- Gas & Smoke Bombs for Moles
Gas your garden pests with smoke bombs.
- Poison Bait Shaped Worms
#1 way to efficiently take care of your mole problem. What better way to poison moles than to mimic their favorite food source.
- Mole Traps
This is considered a great way to trap your moles when trying avoid chemicals and other poisons.
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