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Pest Control Methods

Mole TrapMoles (Talpa Europaea)

The mole can appear almost over night and destroy your prized lawns, pitches, parkland, farmlands and golf course fairways.

This little creature has proven to be a difficult pest to get rid of due to its great sense of smell, any disturbances and it’s off. Remember it can dig itself out of trouble very quickly.

The unsightly mole hills can be a nuisance and hard to repair to its original surface looks. The mole is a solitary mammal and hunts for its favourite food the earthworm.

The mole digs out several tunnels and waits for unsuspecting earthworms to fall into its tunnels which it patrols at an alarming rate to catch its prey.
The mole is some 12 - 16cm long with black velvet fur and large forefeet designed for digging, rarely seen above the surface, usually in spring or wet weather. They usually have one litter per year between February - June.Mole caught

The use of smokes and fumigants into the moles tunnel can work if your ground work has been done. This often needs to be done in good or fair weather as the preparation will not travel well in damper conditions.

The use of scissor or barrel traps has proven very successful and the quickest way to control an infested area of ground. We offer golf clubs a weeks trapping course using barrel trap as they are discreet, will not harm mower blades and cause the least disturbance to your club members.

Contact us and we can do a free survey for correct pest identification.

*The photos above are of moles caught at a local golf club.

Knockout Pest Control : 33 Pennington Road, Chalfont St Peter, Bucks, SL9 9PH
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