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Gopher and Mole Control
Gophers and Moles destroy lawns and gardens. Those that decide to tackle the problem find themselves in an ongoing war. The holes and or tunnels, littered with mothballs are evidence of a struggle between gopher, mole, and home owner. Without proper preparation, stradegy, and equipment, it may be difficult to rid your lawn of these critters. Abolish deals with these situations all the time. Hire a professional to end your ongoing pest struggle.
About Gophers and Moles
It is easy to identify whether you have a mole or a gopher infestation. They can be difficult to get rid of unless you know what you are doing. Trapping is the most effective way to get rid of moles and gophers but other methods can include poisons and deterrents. Live trapping or traps work best.
You may have a Gopher infestation in your lawn if you see dirt mounds.
You may have a Mole infestation if you see raised dirt paths.
They ruin your lawn if you do not properly treat the infestation. Customers may battle them for years before finding a solution.
There are five species of gophers that reside in California, however the most likely to be encountered in Los Angeles County is the Valley or Botta pocket gopher.
Gophers about 5 to 7 inches. Often greyish brown to brown. They have a very short tail, tiny ears and eyes, and huge front incisors. They also have large, curved front claws used for digging. As they dig their tunnels, the dirt is pushed out to the surface creating dirt mounds.
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Are not rodents, but relatives of the insectivores. Moles burrow in lawns, meadows, stream banks, and open woodlots, creating elaborate underground tunnels. They feed on earthworms and grubs.
moles are 4 to 9 inches long with long dark gray or brown fur. Tiny eyes and pink feet and tail.
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