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Re: voles

Ginny:  Don't you mean "MOLES?"  I am confused with VOLES!  Did I miss

Nicki - Washington State

On Tue, 11 Feb 1997 10:08:28 -0700 (MST) VSpoon@aol.com writes:
>I talked about vole control a few e-mails earlier but I think I forgot 
>to add
>a great control.  Mix a bottle of castor oil with some detergent and 
>water in a plastic milk jug then pour it down the holes.  Voles hate 
>oil.  You could plant Castor bean plants but they are very posionous.  
>I also
>put hot peppers in warm water and let it soak then poured it down the 
> Seems to be working.  They have moved out for now.

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