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Dr. T’s Nature Products® Mole Out® Mole Repelling Granules

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Repelling moles. This environmentally friendly biodegradable, patented formula of mole repellent helps you control mole destruction in your yard. read full product details »  

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Dr. T’s Nature Products® Mole Out® Mole Repelling Granules


Mole Out is Natural, Safe and BiodegradableDon't let the little critter, the mole, ruin your beautiful lawn; get the best mole repellent!


Dr. T’s Nature Products® Mole Out® Mole Repelling Granules (25 lbs.) is made of natural ingredients that provide effective mole control for lawns, golf courses, playgrounds and more!


Natural, Safe and Biodegradable:

Dr. T’s repellents provide the best in mole control. Made with a combination of all-natural oils (among them castor oil), Mole Out® mole deterrent is biodegradable and does not harm moles.


How it Works:

Moles cause damage to your lawn, creating molehills, ripping up and ultimately killing your lawn. The primary reason a mole enters your yard is because it provides an ample food supply. While other mole repellent or removal products focus on the mole itself, Mole Out® natural mole repellent focuses on the food supply available within the soil of your yard.


It works by coating the food sources of the mole. The natural oils upset the mole’s stomach, making them leave the area and conditioning them not to come back. Altering the food source of the mole provides a humane option in ridding yourself of the critter.


Long Lasting and Easy to Use:

Mole Out® is easy to apply with a fertilizer spreader, and lasts up to five weeks. Dr.T’s 25 lb. bucket of Mole Out® give you the maximum protection from moles. Just one application of the 25 lb. granules protects up to 12,500 square feet.


Mole Out is Fast Acting & EffectiveHow to Apply:

  1. Punch several 1 inch holes at 5 foot intervals throughout the mole tunnel.
  2. Deposit one tablespoon of Mole Out® in each hole.
  3. Once mole deterrent granules are deposited, cover the hole with soil.
  4. Deposit 1 lb. per 250 square feet throughout the surface area.
  5. Water down surface area generously. Subsequent applications of mole deterrents should occur during spring, summer and fall.


Dr. T’s Nature Products® offers a variety of innovative solutions to effectively control nuisance animals and insects.

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All About Moles...


General Mole Facts

Mole - general facts

Moles are Insectivores, a group of mammals that eat insects.  Known for their burrowing, Moles can create tunnels up to 3 feet deep.  Typically, moles prefer soft soil in shady, well-watered lawns, as well as areas close to rivers and strea



Since moles can eat up to 1/2 of their weight each day, they spend most of their time underground in their tunnels searching for food.






Mole Reproduction

Typically in May, a mole gives birth to one litter with 2-5 babies.  Young moles mature quickly and can leave the deep burrow in 1 month.  Young moles can make their own burrows by late summer or fall.







Mole Habitat


Three  mole species, the Star-Nosed Mole, the Hairy-tailed Mole and the Eastern Mole, are found in the middle and eastern parts of the United States.  The four remaining species are found mainly in the western coastal regions of the U.S.


Moles are typically found in fields, meadows, open woodland, and the soil of your insect-laden yard!







Mole Diet

Mole Diet
Moles eat a variety of worms, grubs, beetles and other insects.




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