Do you have unsightly mole hills destroying your otherwise beautiful green lawn? Worse, are those mole tunnels, running every which way beneath the ground, causing a security risk to people and pets?
You know you should eliminate those yard moles once and for all. But how?
Homeowners everywhere are often confronted by the issue of Raccoon Removal and moles (as well as other burrowing critters, such as voles and gophers). Same thing goes for park managers, golf course operators, and many others that are expected to keep perfectly manicured lawns.
You might be amazed to learn that, though a single lawn infestation is very small, it will not take a lot of these creatures to turn a large expanse of turf into a massive mess.
Here is another fact: One mole can dig around 100 feet of tunnels per day. And these industrious moles keep occupied with digging and seldom pause even to sleep.
It is not easy to get rid of lawn moles with all the tips and methods that the majority of individuals are knowledgeable about. Luckily, it is feasible.
Of all the ways to get rid of moles, the use of mole traps is the most effective. But you need to use the right kind of trap, and you need to use it properly. Otherwise your money and effort will be wasted.
Your neighborhood hardware or garden supply shop will likely have somebody to advise you regarding what works best in your area to get rid of moles.
Who knows? Once you learn what really works — and you’ve had success with your own lawn — you might possibly make some side money by solving other people’s mole problems.
In the U.K. there is actually a professional company of molecatchers. This group will also train people who wish to make money getting rid of yard moles for distressed homeowners. There are probably similar chances in the U.S.
Wherever you may live, as soon as you learn the truly effective ways to fix people’s mole issue, you may be able to charge a fee for your experience, too.
Maybe you only need to rid of your own lawn of moles and don’t have any wish to be a expert molecatcher. That’s fine. It is possible to do it!
It is possible to eliminate lawn moles.
Most of the so-called remedies floating around either operate inconsistently, or not even at all. Or, they’re too costly, too dangerous, or occasionally out-and-out illegal. Smoke bombs, mothballs, gas, poison, individual hair as a repellent — overlook all these.
There is a single process that works every time. Using a particular trapping technique, over 10,000 homeowners have removed all moles from yards of landscape, including planting beds and yard spaces, in just a few minutes of work every day.