This isn't exactly answering your question but are you sure you want to get rid of it? Everyone in my family has plenty of moles and I think their pretty cool. Like freckles. I know my husband tends to find and lay claim to them.
Is it a mole that you are concerned about? If not I would try learning to love it.
or are you asking how to naturally (without pesticides, etc.) get rid of those little critters that burrow in one's garden?
The problem is I have a dog training center and they are ruining the surface and making it uneven:(
Cats work and if you can't have a cat I've heard that putting cat droppings around the area can make them leave.
How can I get rid of the moles in my garden? This article looks at some "traditional" and historic ways of dealing with mole "pests" and some more natural current ways of managing this problem. read more
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