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Subject:
Grub Control

David Yoho
Mark's got it - you need to go after their food, which is probably grubs. Treat for them and the moles will move to "greener pastures". But it won't be right away because it takes time for the grub control to work.

This brings up another question - what to use. Some people I know swear by milky spore but I think it might be pricey. Then there's those that treat with Diazinon and swear by it. I've always had good results from using the stuff sold at the hardware stores in bags for killing grubs. The thing is you'll have to apply it more than one time. More like once a year. The down side to some of these grub killers can be they may kill earth worms too, which are beneficial to your soil.

Of course, there's always dynamite!!!

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