How do you get rid of moles in your garden? Mol…

How do you get rid of moles in your garden? Moles are a small (7 inches long, including tail), usually gray or brown mammal, that can be distinguished from meadow voles, gophers, and shrews by their naked, pointed nose. They have small eyes and ears, which are concealed by fur and large spade-like front feet that serve them well for digging.

Getting rid of moles is not always necessary, as they do NOT eat plants. However, their tunnels can be a problem as they push up mounds of earth and often harm the root systems of growing plants. In addition, there are few natural predators of this burrowing mammal because of their subterranean habits and musky odor. Snakes, owls, and fox are probably their biggest threat.

Buggenix offer a simple mole control service program where we will inspect your garden every month spring to autumn, trapping or treating for the moles on each service visit. If you are ready to stop battling the moles yourself, give us an opportunity to show you what a professional mole control company can do. Contact us in Leeds now.

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If you are looking for the best choice in pest control Leeds company, Buggenix is the local leading service to squash those bugs and take control of your property.

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If you are looking for the best choice in pest control Leeds company, Buggenix is the local leading service to squash those bugs and take control of your property.

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If you are looking for the best choice in pest control Leeds company, Buggenix is the local leading service to squash those bugs and take control of your property.

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