Mole Digging Suppression
Moles don’t really harm your lawn. On the contrary, they actually aerate grass roots and are a natural form of grub control. However, their piles of dirt can be messy and create dead spots in your grass. There are a number of options for dealing with Moles.
One solution is to flatten the mounds as they arise and sprinkle them with seed. This helps keep weeds from getting established.
Trapping is the most effective way to reduce Mole damage in your lawn. Good Nature does not offer Mole trapping, but there are a number of companies who do.
NATURAL MOLE PATROL SERVICE
Mole repellents have varying degrees of success. Good Nature can apply an all natural mole repellent for you as needed. Typically you'll need a minimum of 4 treatments per year, but you might need up to 12 treatments depending upon the severity of your problems.
DO IT YOURSELF MOLE REPELLING
If you don't mind doing a little work yourself you can apply our Mole Chaser Granular, which deters the pests from burrowing into your soil.