Tell us: How do you get moles out of your yard?

  • Herald staff
  • Wednesday, July 30, 2014 4:22pm
  • Life

Oh, those dastardly devious hyper little tunneling critters.

Just when you were kicking back with a beer to admire your beautiful lawn, you see it … a little hill bursting from the ground.

The dreaded tell-tale sign of a mole invasion.

What’s your method to giving moles the boot? Help us compile a list of anti-mole tactics for an upcoming Home &Garden story.

Call, tweet or write reporter Andrea Brown: 425-339-3443; abrown@heraldnet.com. Twitter: @reporterbrown. Or leave a comment below or on our Facebook page.

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