#4 Mole: aka "The Underminer"

The Damage: Moles aren’t actually out to eat your plants, they’re digging for earthworms and grubs. That’s not much comfort, though, when they leave a network of tunnels on the lawn or scrape the earth away from plant’s roots, leaving them to die. They may not mean any harm, but they’ve got to go.

The Solution: Castor Oil is one of the best mole repellents. We offer it in liquid or time-release granules. You can supplement the oil with pungent solid repellents, like Mole Repeller Pegs. And remember to deal with any grubs you may have in your soil—with no grubs to eat, moles will often leave on their own.

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