Nematodes. They'll destroy the "grubs" that attract the moles.
I'm in U.S.A. and I buy mine here:
I have no interest in this establishment save that of a repeat customer.
IME, the "trouble" with cats (relative to moles, that is) is they dig the moles
_after_ the moles leave the garden.
Based on my experience, suggest you:
1) Follow instructions to the letter;
2) Believe'em when they advise pesticides, particularly broad-spectrum
chemicals, are toxic to the little fellas.
Unfortunately, nothing is free. The nematodes will also take out beneficial and
benign beetle larvae, too.
Not really, you have to kill em off or reduce their food source so
they move on. Trapping is the most successful, used along with
product to control soil grubs and larvae like the crane fly. Keep in
mind that they are aerating soil and keeping the soil insect
population in check. On the other hand they sure do tunnel...alot.
I have seen some good "mole" cats, but I'm not a fan because they
stalk and kill birds when mole hunting is slow( which is most of the
time) and our feral population is growing too fast. A neighbor
brought some mole killing gummie worms. Haven't heard his results as
yet. Maybe someone here has.
Actually , I prefer lead and smokeless powder for groundhogs - AKA
rockchucks out west , and woodchucks around here in Tennessee .
A guy that posts in another group I read tried the oxy/propane thing on
moles, said it made a quite satisfying thump and interesting patterns in his
lawn . He lit it off by remote , with a model rocket ignitor IIRC.
HomeOwnersHub.com is a website for homeowners and building and maintenance pros. It is not affiliated with any of the manufacturers or service providers discussed here.
All logos and trade names are the property of their respective owners.