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To fight moles in the lawn you should be prepared to try several methods of trapping, baiting and repellents. This article will focus on products for eliminating moles in the lawn; the good, the bad and the down-right foolish.
Shrews are a problem that can plague anyone, and I'm not talking about an ill-tempered woman. The little shrew is a big head-ache to homeowners across North America.
Be careful about bringing out the heavy artillery to kill moles in your lawn. Chemical pesticides or poisonous baits might be illegal to use in your state. If you are allowed to use baits kill moles where you live, then read on to learn more.
Learning how to get rid of moles takes some knowledge about how the moles live, move about and what they eat. Here's some information that will help teach you how to get rid of moles in your lawn.
Mole control requires that you locate the tunnel the mole is actually using. Learn how to do that and mole control becomes easy.
Voles are not as common as moles, but can do damage to lawns and gardens similar to its underground mole cousin.
***image2***There is a real lack of detailed information regarding mole food because moles live a secretive life underground. So, the mole diet may consist of lots of different things.
***image3***Mole damage to a yard can be extensive because a tiny mole can dig 15 feet per hour or 100 feet per day. That's serious earth moving! I'm sure I would be much less impressed if they were digging in my yard.
The Star-Nosed mole is one of nature's oddest looking creatures with a face only a mother could love.
***image2***Mole traps can be effective if set properly and checked regularly for mole activity. Does the average homeowner want to do what it takes?