There are a number of commercial
products available, and you will find details in the
Mole Control Supplies and
Equipment section. It isn't really a solution for me personally,
because I don't live in the USA, and the number of products where I
live is minimal.
Also of note is that none of the
repellant products I have found so far give a 100% satisfaction, money
back guarantee to get rid of your moles. Also of note is the hefty price charged for
many of them, especially if you have a large plot of land
as you have to treat the whole area to get all the moles..
Now if you are in business, the best
information you often have to pay for, and the same is true if you
want information on how to get rid of moles from your garden.
I have tracked down 3 e-books that
offer not only solutions, but also give a 3 month guarantee for
results backed by the premier e-book retailer on the internet
Clickbank. So if these digitally downloaded products (that is right,
an instant solution available worldwide) don't give you 100%
satisfaction, you can get your money back no questions asked.
None of the mole
control commercial solutions, other than hiring a mole catcher, have
such a good guarantee of results.
So if these authors offer such a guarantee, I am
prepared to try them out.
First of all a useful e-book, the
only one I have found that contains some tried and tested
"classic" solutions to mole control.
All 6 methods listed are ecological too.
The current asking price is
only $7.95, and if the tips
work for your mole infestation, you have certainly purchased a real
Comes with a 90 day money-back guarantee so this is
a tiny investment with zero risk.
moles - Tricks & Secrets to Get Rid Of Them.
Don't feed those moles!
Moles are mainly carnivores. Sure they might take a
nibble on some roots once in a while, but mainly they are after
grubs, larvae and worms. Some would argue that moles are actually a
good natural way to control other garden pests. Also most of the
experts say that moles don't grubs much, most of their diet is
worms, and we all know worms are good for the soil, right.
Warning: Do NOT buy any Insecticides
unless it meets the following 6 criteria
- It must eliminate insects in every situation
- It does not damage flowers and plants
- It has a long-lasting action
- It is SAFE for your children and pets
- It guarantees you not to burn your grass
- It has a powerful satisfaction guarantee.
Now despite this being contrary to
expert opinion, I am going to give these books and the idea of
making my lawn healthier a try.
My reasoning is very simple
The "Experts" are not willing to
put their money where their mouth is. They recommend mole traps.
mole trap manufacturers by-and-large don't
- The ultrasonic gadgets manufacturers don't
- The commercial
mole repellant companies
don't give guarantees
mole poison advocates don't give
do give 100% guarantees
Here are 2 great books that
teach you all you need
to know about keeping your lawn healthy. By keeping a natural
balance, your moles are going to go looking for somewhere else to
live (probably your neighbors!).
Another great thing about both of
these books is that as well as helping you solve your mole control
problem, they will also help you repair the damage already inflicted
to your lawn.
You can't beat 50 years of
specialist green finger experience, especially if it is all
available instantly in a good value e-book.
This is a very comprehensive book and offers
Comes with a 90 day money-back guarantee so
this is an investment with zero risk.
"Forceful Insecticides & Fertilizers: Home Made Formulas"
If you want to know about lawns,
you need professional advice. The problem is many so called
"experts" charge a fortune for a home visit, and then you don't
get the results.
Scot Young is a
seasoned professional, and he shares his specialized techniques
in his books that are distributed worldwide.
Comes with a 100% satisfaction
this is an investment with zero risk.
Easily Create an Incredible Lawn in 4 Days
I can't claim to have tested them and seen results
yet. My mole problem comes when they migrate to the
"safe haven" offered by my garden during plowing time.
I hope my "Getting Rid of Ground Moles" site
will be useful
All the best