Does anyone have a failsafe way to get rid of moles in the yard?

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  • Carroll Carroll on Feb 28, 2018
    Get it sprayed by a profesional company ASAP the have it sprayed yearly in the month of August. Not that expensive.
    This is something you do not want to put of or all your grass will be dead.
  • Mari Detto Mari Detto on Feb 28, 2018
    We use mothballs around the yard, it keeps all sorts of pests away.
  • BETTY GULDBERG BETTY GULDBERG on Feb 28, 2018
    try mothballs poke a hole in the runs and drop in a couple of mothballs they will go next door
  • Vanessa Simmons Vanessa Simmons on Feb 28, 2018
    Believe it or not I have used one of the ultrasonic pest chasers. Put one in the front yard and one in the back and had no more pop up holes. After a couple of summers the tunnels were filled in and wavy wonky yard was no more.
    • RedsGirl RedsGirl on Mar 04, 2018
      Oh I wish they would have worked for us, we have them all over the yard. They don't seem to work. But thank you for your advice
  • Sandy Sandy on Feb 28, 2018
    a golf pro told me juicy fruit gum in the tunnels moles can't digest it and they die
  • Colleen McIntire Colleen McIntire on Mar 01, 2018
    During extended spring rains the moles move due to flooding out their burrows, its the perfect time to have a look, get a shovel and if your lucky you will see them moving just under the sod. Sunday I got 5!
  • Joy Joy on Mar 01, 2018
    I have heard of people having success by putting exlax into the holes?
  • Jackie Jackie on Mar 01, 2018
    Juicy Fruit gum, not kidding-messes with their digestive system and they succumb.
  • Castor oil or a windmill - they hate vibrations
  • Michelle Leslie Michelle Leslie on May 14, 2020

    Hi there, moles don't like the smell of Castor Oil. Make sure to get it in granular or liquid form, not the stuff you buy at supermarkets. It's not strong enough and sprinkle it around the area.

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