Many people do not realize they have a mole problem until someone walking in their yard steps in one of the mole's holes and twists an ankle. These burrowing rodents spend most of their lives underground and may have dug hundreds of feet of underground tu
This is a guide about getting rid of moles in your yard. Moles can make your yard look really messy in a very short period of time. They are notoriously difficult to eliminate from your yard and often require professional assistance.
Make your own Mole Repellent: cup castor oil 6 tablespoons water 2 tablespoons liquid detergent (We use Dawn). Combine all ingredients in blender until consistency of whipped cream & add 2 T to a watering can.
6 oz caster oil, 2 tbsp murphy's oil soap per gallon of water for the concentrate. Further dilute one ounce per gallon for mole repellant. Reapply after watering or rain. I've read you can add cayenne pepper as well.
If ground squirrels, moles, gophers, and even deer are tearing up your garden and snacking on your vegetation, try sprinkling a heavy-handed dusting of cayenne pepper directly onto plants you dont want them munching on. - My Gardening Path