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Mole & Gopher, Sweeney’s® Mole & Gopher Repellent Yard Spray, S8002

Sweeney’s® Mole & Gopher Repellent Yard Spray

model #: S8002
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Quickly and easily repelling moles and gophers. This hose-end castor oil spray repels unwanted yard destroyers. To use, simply attach garden hose to the self-dispensing container and spray over mole-infested area. Each 32 oz. container treats 10,000 square feet. read full product details »  
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Sweeney’s® Mole & Gopher Repellent Yard Spray

 

Repel moles, voles and gophers from lawns and ornamentals with Sweeney’s easy-to-use Mole & Gopher Repellent Yard Spray. The active ingredient is 100% castor oil – when soaked into soil it works to contaminate the moles underground food source (earthworms and grubs). Long-lasting, the castor oil mole repellent can safely be used around children and pets.

 

View video for tips on how to easily and effectively repel moles and gopher with Sweeney’s® castor oil repellent:

 

 

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Mole & Gopher Repellent

How to Apply
To apply product, simply attach a garden hose tightly to the self-dispensing container and adjust the nozzle to MIX. Turn water supply on to full pressure and spray the product over mole-infested areas.  Castor oil mole repellent should be sprayed at a rate of one quart of product per 10,000 square feet (e.g. a 100 ft. by 100 ft. rectangle).

 

After the repellent is sprayed on area to be treated, adjust the container nozzle to WATER and continue to spray with water to soak the product into the soil.

  

When to use:

Treat all areas immediately after the presence of moles is detected. The presence of moles may be indicated by a network of surface ridges or by a series of conical mounds of earth pushed up from deep burrows.


Lawn should also be treated in early Spring, mid-Summer and early Fall if there are moles nearby but not on your property.

 

 

Sweeney's - Every Weapon You Need to Protect Your Lawn!

Traps Poisons Granular & Spray Repellents Sonic Spike Repellents
Mode of Action Kills; Spears or pinches the mole or gopher Kills; Poisons the mole or gopher Repels; Castor oil contaminates the tunnel and the mole or gopher's food source Repels; Sonic pulses repel the mole and gopher
Ease-of-Use Moderate Easy Easy Easy
Usage Instructions Locate active tunnel, place and set trap Locate active tunnel, place bait in tunnel Locate active area, spray/shake directly from container, water-in with hose Locate active tunnel, place spike near tunnel
Safety Information No chemicals or poisons, use with caution around children and pets Do not use around children and pets No chemicals or poisons, safe to use around children and pets No chemicals or poisons, safe to use around children and pets
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Moles

 

Moles are helpful in that they remove damaging insects and grubs

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Gophers excavate soil from their tunnels, creating large, horseshoe-shaped mounds.  Gopher mounds are typically larger than Mole hills with the entrance hole at an angle to the ground surface.

 

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