The presence of moles in the garden can be a nuisance for gardeners in South Africa. Moles can create tunnels and mounds that can disturb vegetable and flower beds and disrupt the appearance of a garden. Fortunately, there are a few strategies that can be employed to get rid of moles in the garden.
Moles are small, burrowing mammals that can be found in gardens throughout South Africa. They are typically brown or black in colour and have velvety fur. They have long, cylindrical bodies and short, stubby legs. Identification is made easier by their tell-tale mounds and tunnels, which can be found throughout the garden.
The most effective way to get rid of moles in the garden is to trap them. Mole traps can be purchased from garden centres in South Africa and are easy to set up. Once the traps are set, the moles can be removed from the garden and relocated elsewhere.
Another option is to use repellents to drive the moles away. These repellents come in the form of granules or sprays which can be applied to the soil. The smell and taste of these repellents can be unpleasant to moles and can drive them away from the garden.
Finally, it is also possible to use natural predators to hunt down and kill moles. Cats and dogs are natural predators of moles and can be used to help eliminate them from the garden.
Moles can be a nuisance in the garden, but with the right strategies, they can be eliminated. Traps, repellents, and natural predators are all effective ways to get rid of moles in the garden. With a little effort and patience, gardeners in South Africa can get rid of moles and keep their gardens looking beautiful.