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Moles

Scalopus Aquaticus

Moles dig tunnels through the soil to create burrows for the use of feeding, which causes the grass to dry out and die.

Ineffective Control

Insecticides, castor oil, chewing gum, grain or peanut mole poisons, do not cure the problem.

Facts

  • 1 acre of land = 3 moles
  • Eat more than their weight in earthworms daily
  • Moles doesn’t always mean you have grubs
  • They prefer well-drainded, loamy soils

Control

  • Mole traps
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