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Old 24-05-2004, 07:02 PM
Bob Kryger
 
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Default Gets rid of Grubs & Moles Anecdotal proof

While the usefullness od Milky Spore is dubious at best, I have a
solution to my mole problem, along with other varmints.

Two young cats. Wednesday they left me a present of two moles and a
mouse in the driveway. And I have not seen any rabbits in a year.
Hopefully the rabbits just moved on from our yard, they were cute, after
all.

It's kinda funny to see how they regard the possum and racoon, aloof,
but attentive.

bk

Travis wrote:
GardenGamecock wrote:

I tried milky spore a year ago in a desperate attempt to clear my lawn
of destructive moles. I purchases the Milky Spore from
http://www.Yardiac.com and have seen tremendous results!

I was a little skeptical at first but it seems to have worked.

Stop the battle yearly battle -- this stuff will work for 15 years.



Moles are not destructive.
Spammers are destructive.




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Old 24-05-2004, 09:04 PM
paghat the ratgirl
 
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Default Gets rid of Grubs & Moles Anecdotal proof

In article , Bob Kryger wrote:

While the usefullness od Milky Spore is dubious at best, I have a
solution to my mole problem, along with other varmints.

Two young cats. Wednesday they left me a present of two moles and a
mouse in the driveway. And I have not seen any rabbits in a year.
Hopefully the rabbits just moved on from our yard, they were cute, after
all.

It's kinda funny to see how they regard the possum and racoon, aloof,
but attentive.

bk


I rather like moles but last year we had one aggressive mole who had a
terrible fondness for the pulpit garden, undermined the whole area. So
when a cat finally got that bugger I wasn't upset. As it turned out
though, there was a beetle larvae infestation which I'm now trying to
treat with bacillus, but that can take a while, and in the meantime quite
a few things are getting nibbled on. The mole's fixation on that
particular garden turns out to have been an early warning, and the mole
was probably doing that garden a favor.

-paghat the ratgirl

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"Of what are you afraid, my child?" inquired the kindly teacher.
"Oh, sir! The flowers, they are wild," replied the timid creature.
-from Peter Newell's "Wild Flowers"
Visit the Garden of Paghat the Ratgirl: http://www.paghat.com


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