Mole Patrol Poison Pellets

Mole Patrol is a ready to use pelleted bait designed specifically to be accepted by moles. This highly palatable bait has unique attractants proven effective for the mole, notorious for its very cautious eating manner of what it eats, especially baits.

A Control Agent That Answers The Call
RCO Mole Patrol blends Chlorophacinone™, a historically sound toxicant (anti-coagulant) that has performed well in field and structural baiting applications for many years. The pellet is stabilized with Sustane™ for extended shelf life. The product of choice in commercial baiting projects as well as homeowner use.

Studies Support The Claim
Studies have shown single feeding control. Generally, it's used in a multi-feed format by the homeowner or professional. Baiting is easy and highly effective. University studies reveal RCO Mole Bait controls moles.

Baiting Throughout Year
Moles readily accept the pelleted bait throughout the year, even more readily during the winter months because of limited insect and worm populations available in the upper soil profile. Moles do not go dormant, as do certain squirrel species.

  • Easiest, cleanest and most effective method
  • Keeps children and pets safe
  • Improved larger barrel accommodates just about any commercial bait
  • All steel, guaranteed forever The industry standard in bait applicators
  • Take Your Garden Back With The Gopher/Mole Bait Applicator Unsightly mounds of dirt are just the tip of the iceberg Pocket Gophers live deep in the soil and feed on any type of vegetation found underground or near their burrow openings. They will ravage many garden crops, ornamental plants, vines, shrubs, and trees. They will even gnaw through plastic irrigation systems. A single gopher can do a considerable amount of damage in a very short time. Moles burrow near the surface and are voracious carnivores feeding on grubs and beneficial earthworms and insects. They are surprisingly quick and aggressive and can easily catch and kill mice. They have a high metabolism and can consume their own weight in food each day. Both moles and gophers leave unsightly dirt mounds and depressions in lawns. They reproduce quickly and must be stopped as soon as they are noticed. Traps can be used to kill moles and gophers but require a lot of digging and skill in placement to be effective. Traps must be dug up and checked frequently and moved to new locations until they finally work. Young children and pets need to be kept away from the traps to prevent injury. The dead pests need to be removed and disposed of if they are caught. The Gopher/Mole Bait Applicator is much easier, cleaner, safer and is generally the most effective method of control. There is no danger of harming children or other animals when used as instructed. Nothing to disposed of. When mounds stop appearing, you know the job is done.

    Product Description

    LEWIS" MOLE & GOPHER BAIT APPLICATOR Injects baits directly into rodent runways without having to touch baits or poisons, which eliminates human scent to maximize the ability to eliminate rodents Applicator keeps unsafe baits away from children and pets Applicator will accommodate all baits and killers on the market Powder coated to prevent weathering and rust Made from heavy duty steel Guaranteed forever

Sample Directions
This product may be used only in lawns, golf courses and other turf areas to control eastern moles (scalopus aquatios) star-nosed moles (Condylura cristata), or (Scapanus app.) moles that occur in the Western US. This bait must be applied under ground and must be applied manually. This product contains a slow-acting poison. Several treatments may be necessary to control mole infestations.

Subsurface Runways
Subsurface runways are detected as raised ridges of vegetation and soil caused by moles foraging just below the soil surface. These ridges are especially noticeable when grass on top of them yellows. Apply bait to each active runway identified. Using a 1/2-inch diameter dowel or metal rod (or other suitable implement) make a small opening in the top of the runway.

Conical Mounds and Deep Tunnels
Moles may also construct deeper tunnel systems 4-5 inches below the ground surface. Such deeper tunnel systems are betrayed by the presence of conical mounds. Resistance on the probe decreases abruptly once the tunnel is entered. To bait deeper tunnels, probe until a tunnel is located. Enlarge the probe hole as needed to accommodate the passage of bait.

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