Dry Up Mole and Gopher killer uses diphacinone to kill moles and gophers.
- Kills Moles and Pocket Gophers
- Weather Resistant Rodenticide
- For Control of Pocket Gophers and Moles
- Intended for Residential Use
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Dry Up Mole and Gopher killer uses diphacinone to kill moles and gophers. The product comes in pellet form and is intended for manual below ground applications only. For residential use. The formula is water resistant to hold up against rain. Shaker container makes application easy. EPA Registration No. 61282-65-3. Makes a great compliment to mole traps, mole repellents and other mole removers.
How to Get Rid of a Mole:
You will need to locate the active mole run, this may seem difficult but with a little patience you can be successful in getting rid of your mole problem for good.
Locate the Active Tunnels
You will need a small rod to poke a hole into the runs to determine if they are active. We suggest something about ½ inch in diameter. Slowly poke a hole in the run, the goal is to expose the run to sunlight. Make sure not to be too aggressive and collapse the mole run.
Use some type of marking object to mark those openings you have created. Anything will work, flags, plastic utensils, or even spray paint.
The next day return back to the marked holes that you poked the day before, look for holes that have been covered back up by the mole, these are the active runs.
Holes that are still there the next day are inactive runs, you will not want to waste your Mole bait in those runs.
Next apply the Harris DryUp into the holes and gently cover up with soil, continue applying bait into all active runs. You will want to wait about 5 to 7 days and continue to monitor to see if you find any signs of new runs.
If you locate new runs you will want to repeat the process and continue baiting until the mole activity has ended.
You may want to checkout our Ultimate Mole & Gopher Control Guide
Does DryUp Mole and Gopher Killer Pellets also Kill Voles?
Harris DryUp Mole and Gopher Killer is not labeled for use on voles, that is not to say that it would not kill them. This product is intended to be used in the ground where moles and gophers are located. Voles, or field mice tend to have shallow more open burrows. They can be difficult to control. You can however use rodent bait stations and rodent bait to control and eliminate voles.
Not sure if you have moles or gophers? Here is how to tell the difference.
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