Moles are a burrowing mammal that commonly lives in gardens and meadows. Earthworms, white grubs, beetles and larvae are all part of his diet, and he will even eat carrion when hungry. So, when these pests appear underground in your landscape, then with a keen sense of smell, the mole will soon arrive too.
His paws dig tunnels in the ground like a shovel, which will help aerate the soil and improve drainage.
Moles dig tunnels like mini excavators and a single mole can dig a 20 metre long tunnel in a single day. At the entrance to its burrow some subsoil accumulates, which is created by the mole digging the tunnel. At the same time the plant roots at the entrance to the tunnel will be destroyed.
The mole has been a protected animal in Germany since 1988
Poisoning with strychnine was banned in the UK in 2007
But, how to use a long-lasting and reliable way to get rid of moles?
Anti-mole nets is a way to keep moles out of lawns in an effective and animal-friendly manner.
The extruded mole mesh is applied under the lawn. This ensures that moles can burrow undisturbed but cannot come to the surface.
Anti mole nets are light, easy to transport and install, due to it’s made of polypropylene. elements when used in underground solid.
For vegetation on slopes, the use of mole netting will control erosion and strengthen and stabilise the plant root system.
Moles prevent netting are a good investment for your garden, cultivated areas, lawns and pitches. It deters unwanted mole activity in your landscaped areas, while helping you to kill underground pests and keep plant root systems ventilated and drained. Most importantly, mole fencing provides a way for people and moles to co-exist peacefully.
Protect Your Landscape
Anti mole netting is the most effective solution against damage caused by moles, and also the way to keep your garden chemical-free and ecological balance in the soil. Learn how to get rid of moles from your landscape.
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