Groundhog Day aside, groundhogs are actually interesting creatures (I hear that they make a great stew, but I have yet to put that to the test). That being said, they can be nuisances in the garden, but there are non-lethal ways to control them.
It is that time of year where ants start their long, methodical march through your house. However, it is about time that you use that large cranium and DO something about it.
You’ve heard about it, thought about it, and now you are ready to try it. But, does giving moles a stick of gum actually get rid of them?
Sure, it might not be available at your local hardware store. And, it is definitely used for live training. But, if you simply have to get rid of damaging moles, the Rodenator might be the tool for you.
Garlic doesn’t just keep those pesky undead away…You can use it to get rid of insect pests in the garden, yard, and even on house plants.
When spring is in the air, other annoying pests also take to the air: mosquitos. Here are some preventive measures that you can take to help keep your local mosquito population in check.
Have you ever seen a mole before? Beauty is definitely in the eye of the beholder! That being said, here is a description of moles and their habits.
Besides burrowing large dens in your yard, groundhogs/woodchucks (members of the squirrel family) are also notorious for consuming tasty greens from your garden and flower beds. Sure, you could use commercial poisons and deadly traps…But is it really worth that much trouble?
There are lots of chemicals out there that you can use to keep moles from your home. However, you can keep moles away from your yard or garden with a home made mole deterrent.