Moles are common in rural areas, in residential neighborhoods, parks, vineyards, orchards and horse pastures. If a pile of dirt has suddenly appeared on your lawn, there is a good chance it is a mole. Once they are in your yard, mole gassing or trapping are the only solutions.
Moles are destructive burrowing rodents that can destroy a lawn, landscape or garden if left unchecked. Moles can cause thousands of dollars in damages to a park, vineyard or orchard looking for food. In pastures, riding arenas, and livestock areas, Moles leave dangerous near surface tunnels, thin earth and mounds of dirt where animals can twist their ankles causing potentially serious injury.
Moles indirectly damage the root system of a plant by not-eating the roots and leaving them 'dangling' in the tunnels with no soil or nutrients which the plants need. They also look for and eat worms and grubs.
The best way to address a mole problem is gassing their burrows with carbon monoxide. Mole gassing is effective and humane. It does not pose a risk to animals or children since no poison is left in the ground which could be dug up later.
Trapper's License: TP-10413
After a couple attempts to gas a yard that had a serious infestation of existing moles, and outlying invasive moles, I ended up setting traps. Returning to find no new activity, 2 moles had been trapped. The yard is fine now.
Moles had infested a lawn and this is the gassing (carbon monoxide) process to eradicate the moles.
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