Monday, December 8, 2014

Home Grown: Scouting Key to Mole Control.


Two moles per acre is considered an infestation and ridding a home lawn of moles can seem like a never-winning battle. But the odds of success are increased when the right scouting techniques are used

No matter what the control method -- granular or gel baits, repellants, or traps --scouting techniques are the key.

Moles will feed on earthworms and grubs every two hours, 24 hours a day. Once a mole has eaten the food supply throughout a run, the mole will stop using that run and start a new one.

Mole traps and baits must be placed in the active runs to be most effective. That makes good scouting essential.

Continued at... Scouting Key to Mole Control.

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