• Inspect the lawn and record mole tunneling and damage
• Evaluate surroundings to deterimine if this is a mole prone area
• Proceed with the mole service. Punch assessment holes within all mole tunnels and mark the holes, (lawn markers, paint, flags, etc.) This will help you identify holes and reduce overall baiting service time.
• Return to the site 24-48 hours after preliminary evaluation to inspect assessment holes
• If a mole tunnel is active, moles will repair or "plug" assessment holes. Plugs help you identify the most active runs and allow you to make the most of each bait placement.
• Create new holes 1-3 feet on each side of plugged assessment holes
• Carefully pinch the hole closed or cover with soil, being careful to minimize damage to the tunnel
• Re-open the original assessment hole, this will help you determine success during the follow-up
• Confirm consumption of bait by checking the assessment holes for plugs
• Once confirmed, simplystomp down the runs and collect all of the remaining lawn markers
NOTE: Properties adjacent to field, woods, lakes or streams are subject to potential reoccupation. These locations will have to be maintained for future activity.