There are various methods of controlling the mole population in your yard. There’s baiting, there’s trapping, there’s repelling. Some people even use pesticides to eliminate insects, removing the mole’s main food source.If you want to deal with the moles yourself, you can purchase mole bait. Most mole baits are shaped like earthworms. They also have a similar size and “feel,” which tricks the moles into eating them. These baits contain lethal ingredients like bromethalin, which can kill the mole in 24 hours.Mole traps are also available in various stores that offer pest control products. Trapping moles involve inspecting your yard and looking for visible holes, mounds, and similar openings. You can put these traps in and leave them there for as long as necessary. These traps will activate once a mole tries to push out of the hole, capturing and/or killing them. These mole traps are easy to use, letting you collect and dispose of the captured mole before reusing the trap.Mole control, just like insect removal and other forms of pest control, involves a lot of patience and persistence. Once you detect the runways and holes, catching the moles shouldn’t be so hard.
Letting the Pros Handle It
If you’re not sure how to deal with the moles in your garden, or if you simply don’t have the time to worry about them, you can always ask for the help of professionals. An extermination company can help you track down and remove the moles.North Shore Services will make sure that you can easily restore your garden to its beautiful state. With expert mole control options, North Shore Services can help you get the situation contained, so that the rest of your yard doesn’t have to be affected by the increased mole activity.