Spring '17, Treated on the Left, Mounds on the Right.
90% Mole Free Success,
10% Failure. See how.
Right Side, treated 3 yrs ago & STILL protected. To the Left, infested for 8 years.
Trapping after Treatment. Sometimes it's needed.
Treated on the Left, Zig-Zagging Tunnels on the Right.
16 Mos after above treatment, most of lawn is protected while neighbor still badly infested.
These mole videos show the effects that mole removal soil treatments have on mole infestation on your St Louis lawn. Here, you'll see lawns long after mole removal treatments, side-by-side comparisons with untreated lawns, and areas where the soil treatment didn't solve the mole infestation, and why.
Mole infestation happens in 2 ways: 1) Isolated Straight Tunnels or 2) Wide Spread / Zig-Zagging Tunnels or Mounds.
When your soil's the issue with lawn moles, or #2 above, it acts as a powerful lure for neighboring moles. That's why your infestation is significantly worse than your neighbors' lawns...as seen in videos. And, as moles are territorial, mole trapping alone only clears the way for the next moles to move in to re-infest your lawn, so long as the soil is still attracting them in. And pulling out a neighborhood's population of moles that keep coming into your lawn with mole trapping at $69/mole gets expensive when wide-spread tunneling's present, and is often the wrong method.
If your mole infestation is wide spread mole tunnels or mole mounds, treating your st louis lawn is often the only effective method to help Drive Lawn Moles Out and help Keep Moles Out Long Term.
The Mole Man
Treated in the grass, neighbor's infestation on the beds.
Proudly treating all of St Louis city and county: Affton, Arnold, Ballwin, Chesterfield, Crestwood, Creve Coeur, Ellisville, Florissant, Hazelwood, Kirkwood, Ladue, Lake St. Louis, Mehlville, Oakville, O'Fallon, Town and Country, Webster, Wentzville, Wildwood, Much of So. IL: Alton, Belleville, Collinsville, Columbia, Edwardsville, Fariview Heights, Counties of Jefferson, Franklin, St. Charles, Madison, Monroe, St. Clair.
15455 Manchester rd. #176
St. Louis, MO 63022
Perfect line between the once badly infested property on right, now clear, and the untreated neighbor on left, still mole infested.