We place a worm-shaped mole bait for moles who are currently creating tunnels.
After just one feeding, that particular mole will no longer be a problem in about 2 days.
Stay clear of these mole tunnels (runs) until you don’t see any more mole activity.
What is a Mole?
Moles are small mammals that dig and live underground. They have cylindrical bodies, velvety fur, very small, inconspicuous ears and eyes, reduced hind limbs and short, powerful forelimbs with large paws adapted for digging. A mole’s diet consists of worms and other small insects and little grubs. Because of this diet, moles are unlikely to dine on the plants in your garden. Moles are great at digging underground and can create tunnels (or runs) underground in an effort to find food.
Do I Have Moles?
You probably have a mole if the mounds of dirt are round, symmetrical and conical, like miniature volcanoes. The dirt is fluffy with occasional clods on top of the mound. A mole mound, sometimes known as a mole hill, can be more than a foot in diameter. Just because the moles do not eat your plants, that does not mean they do not cause damage. The tunnels they dig can cause problems to the roots of your plants and grass; they can destroy your lawn.
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