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Re: CULT: moles

From: Linda Mann <lmann@icx.net>

Gary Sides gardening in Tennessee wrote:
> the only way to control the Moles is to kill
> all
> the earthworms. 

The helpful assistant golden retriever has eliminated the mole problem
that used to be severe.  Although his eradication program includes
killing the moles, I offer his technique - dig up all the tunnels.  I
suspect that the extra work of constantly having to dig new tunnels
sends them elsewhere.  Pushing the tunnels back down makes it worse.

Linda Mann east Tennessee

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