At Apex Wildlife Control, we stay on the cutting edge of mole control and maintenance technology for our clients!
Using a special compressor made just for this purpose, our technician will inject Carbon Monoxide into the ground which will quickly fill a 200 foot long mole tunnel. Any moles in those tunnels will be humanely euthanized within 2 to 3 minutes. By injecting this gas underground, there is no danger for children or pets, and no damage to your lawn or garden. We do not utilize any poisons or pesticides.
If you are sick and tired of seeing ugly tunnels and hills in your beautiful lawn, give Apex Wildlife Control a call today! Our skilled technicians are ready to help!
Moles get a lot of blame for killing plants. But moles do not eat the root of plants. They actually eat the insects that attack plants, plus their tunnels help aerate the soil. Its a pity their “help” can kill the grass in your yard from their feeder tunnels.
Moles produce two types of tunnels. The feeding tunnels look like raised ridges running across your lawn. And then you see the actual mole hills. These mole hills are created with the soil excavated from the deeper tunnels which lead to the nesting sites for the moles.
We hear this all the time. You have lived there for years and never had moles. And now you see all of these ugly tunnels and hills in your yard. Why?
These are more than likely babies from a neighboring mole. Moles give birth to anywhere from 2 to 6 babies in May. These babies become self-sufficient within only one month, and by the age of 6 weeks they will leave the nest to travel in all directions and find their own territory, as in your yard.
Moles try to avoid each other as they know if they do meet, its a fight to the death! Moles can dig up to 80 feet in one day. So even if you have a lot of mole damage in one concentrated area, its more than likely from one very busy little mole.
Fortunately, there are certain plants and flowers that these subterranean pests will go out of their way to avoid. Castor bean plants, with their distinctive odor, emit a repellent scent that moles find unappealing. Daffodils contain toxic compounds that discourage moles from digging nearby. Planting marigolds can also discourage moles due to their strong fragrance. Herbs like garlic and chives not only add flavor to dishes but also have a reputation for repelling moles. Lastly, the vibrant and aromatic lavender is known to keep moles at bay while adding beauty to your landscape.
By strategically incorporating these plants into your yard, you can create a natural barrier that helps protect your outdoor spaces from mole damage.
We also perform wildlife trapping in Germantown TN for rats, mice, squirrels, skunks,
opossums, raccoons, armadillos and much more.
So if you have some little visitors you need evicted from your home or property,
give Apex Wildlife Control a call today.
We are happy to help!