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An exceptional mole repellent

Ironically, all your hard work in the garden, including mulching, irrigating, keeping a compost pile, etc., can actually ATTRACT moles by providing plenty of worms and grubs for them to eat!

Now the first thing you want to do is make sure you have moles and not gophers by the types of tunnels they are making.

Mole tunnels run along the surface of your lawn and garden creating small ridges and hills and they make an incredible mess, while gopher tunnels are much deeper.

Next, if you do have mole tunnels, check to see if those tunnels are permanent or have been abandoned. Simply press the tunnels back down by walking on them, and then water the soil back down.

If the tunnels are reopened within a day or two, you have found a permanent tunnel and that is where you want to concentrate your efforts.

The Solution:

There is a product called Mole-Relief Mole Repellent and it actually repels, or you could say, chases moles from your lawn and garden!

It comes in a dry and liquid formulation for easy application and it works by producing an odor that moles can't stand. It lasts up to three months, from spring through fall, and it simply drives moles away without killing them.

It's all natural and biodegradable, safe to use around pets and children, and it can be applied on areas that are wet or dry, it doesn't matter.

You can apply dry Mole-Relief by hand, or with a broadcast spreader, or use the liquid formulation which can be spayed on the areas where moles are a problem.

Reapply every two months from early spring to late fall.

The only drawback to this product is that it can not be used in vegetable gardens, but it can be used anywhere else.

Overall, people who have been using this product have seen a dramatic reduction in moles in their yard and garden, and that is a relief, considering how much damage these pesky critters can cause!

For more information, or to purchase: Mole-Relief Mole Repellent


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Lady Beetles

Commonly known as Lady Bugs, eat aphids, mealybugs and many different types of insect eggs.

If you want to use them as beneficials in your garden, release them at night, or keep them in their wire topped containers for a day or so before release.

Either technique will help keep them in the area, and working on your specific insect problems, instead of just flying away.

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