Out Mole Repellent Granules
biodegradable and easy to use.
Repels and inhibits the formation of mole tunnels and holes.
Mole Out contains all-natural and biodegradable ingredients.
Unaffected by rain, an application can remain effective for up to 3
months when applied as directed. Use Mole Out to repel moles from
lawns, gardens, golf courses, nurseries, parks, athletic fields, in
flowerbeds, around playgrounds and other recreational turf areas. Mole tunnels disfigure turf areas and expose the roots of delicate
plants to air, causing them to wilt or die. Mole tunnels and burrows
can be walking and tripping hazards, as well as a problem for lawn
Mole Out uses Castor Oil combined with Fuller’s Earth
to coat the
moles food source, causing stomach disruption. The purpose is to
change the moles feeding behavior. It must associate the stomach
disruptions with food items in the treated areas. It can take up to
3 weeks for Mole Out to reach maximum effectiveness.
Mole Out Granular Repellent;
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At five foot intervals, open one inch holes in a mole tunnel.
tablespoon of Mole Out into the tunnel at each location, and then
cover the holes with soil.
After this is done, apply Mole Out granules
at a rate of 1 pound per 500 square feet over the entire area.
until the soil is saturated.
Mole Out mole can be applied with its sprinkle top lid (5 pound
container) or with a fertilizer spreader.
If using a spreader, apply
Mole Out granules at a rate of 1 pound for every 500 square feet.
the product container for spreader make and model settings.
- One 5 pound container can treat up to 2,500 square feet.
- One 25 pound container can treat up to 12,500 square feet.
To increase the effectiveness of your mole
- Treat problem areas with a grubicide along with the Mole Out
- Use the Whole Control liquid repellent
(from Nixalite) with the Mole Out repellent.
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