A mother-in-law might be kind and thoughtful, but can get too involved and cause chaos. Moles, which can cause havoc in your yard and refuse to leave, are just like mothers-in-law who visit but then stay too long.
They can cause mounds of damage to your yard or kill grass and plants below, but it is not safe for you or your family pets. Hence, to know about getting rid of them you must read this article carefully.
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Moles are rarely in contact with humans and almost certainly won't touch any of your garden plants or flowers.
Moles eat mostly earthworms and insects they find under the soil. They don't care about what you grow above the ground.
Moles who quickly discover that there is a lot to eat in your yard will soon move in and stay. If you don't try to repel them, they will quickly tunnel beneath your property.
Moles can cause damage to grass, trees, and plant roots below the ground. This will eventually make them weaker and eventually kill them.
Although you might think that a whole family of moles caused the damage to your yard, as few as one or two moles can ruin your entire yard.
A simple, but effective method to control moles can quickly reduce the problem of "mother-in-law moles" and get them out of your yard before anything else.