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Getting Rid of Moles With Moth Balls

Do mothballs really get rid of moles?

By Beverly from Kansas

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March 24, 20090 found this helpful
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You need to get a lawn fertilizer type product that contains grub giller. Grubs are these gross white worm looking bugs that live in the roots of the grass & attract the moles as the moles eat the grubs. Follow the package directions. It is usually best to do the application before a good rain and this is also a good time of year to do this. Be sure to by enough product to get the job done right the first time! If you don't get the problem under control it can become quite costly. Friends of mine actually had to remove their whole lawn and replant it. Good luck!

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March 24, 20090 found this helpful

Naw, They just go around them or roll them out of the way. You will have better results buying a product designed to rid moles. You can buy these products at a hardware store or a big box store.

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January 25, 20170 found this helpful

no moth balls do not work.

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