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Professional Ashton-Under-Lyne Mole Trapping and Control
You wake up with hundreds of holes in the lawn, and your first instinct is to blame the dog or the kids. Unfortunately, as friends they are in children's stories, moles can be a nightmare to track down and get rid of. Soggy weather, which is common in the UK, is very beneficial moles as it means the ground is softer for them. Ashton-Under-Lyne mole trapping and control is something to be taken very seriously if you enjoy your garden.
How can I tell if I need more control?
Ashton-Under-Lyne mole trapping and control may not be the first thing on your mind when you see your garden in a state, but the problem is more common in the UK than people think. Without the ability to see very well, moles have a very strong sense of smell and will track their primary food source, earthworms, all over the underneath of your garden. Actually seeing moles and holes in the lawn are probably the easiest signs to alert you. You can also check for damage to any plants you have in your garden, as moles can cause damage to the roots. Proper mole pest control is the only way to guarantee your lawn and garden stay tidy and safe.
Can I use DIY 'mole trapping' methods, or get rid of the problem myself?
Although there appear to be many 'mole control' methods to do yourself at home on the market, it is rare any of these will actually be efficient in solving your problem. Moles are constantly working to get food, so leaving the problem untreated properly can ruin a good lawn in a very short amount of time. Molecatchers, smoke bombs, poisons and mole trapping available from DIY and garden stores can not only damage your garden more but can potentially be dangerous or fatal to household pets.
If you need pest control, calling Young's to come and deal with the problem will ensure the problem is dealt with quickly and safely. A serious mole problem can lead to parts of your lawn to collapse, leaving it unsafe to use. Moles are permitted to be killed as pests by gardeners, but under the Wild Mammals Protection Act (1996) they must do so in a humane way. Calling in professionals not only gives you peace of mind, but it also means you could avoid potentially breaking the law using home Ashton-Under-Lyne mole trapping methods that are highly unlikely to be effective anyway.