Humane way to rid your yard of these pesky creatures that create tunnels near the soil surface. Both liquid and dry repellents generate an odor that moles hate and drives them away. Apply in spring and reapply in fall. One 2 1/2-lb. package of dry granules treats 2,500 sq. ft. The 32 oz. liquid is ready to use.
Last year I had a terrible time with moles eating all my tender young peas &flowers I had tried everything to keep them away and I hit upon this mole relief. All I did was line the perimeter of my garden and flowers with this product and I had no more problems. And unlike other products it lasts a long time. I would and have recommended this product to anyone who has a mole issue!!!
Mole Relief - dry granules
Feb 23, 2015 | By Meg Niesen
I have used this product for 3 years now and it works very well. You have to apply as directed to chase the moles in the right direction or it does not work. I prefer the dry form, as the liquid form is toxic and dry is not.
Apr 14, 2011 | By Shari
We had tried grub treatment and poison peanuts for years but our mole problem worsened. A friend recommended Mole Relief powder, we applied it this spring and so far, there is no sign of new activity. We had aerated the lawn before applying in hopes it would help the product get into the ground better. We plan to apply again in the fall as directed. It is worth every penny if it continues to keep the moles away.
Nov 7, 2010 | By Michael Burns
I applied the dry mole relief at the beginning of the season as per the bag's instructions. I think it attracted the moles! I ended up losing a large part of my garden to moles. I would not waste my money on this again.