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Re: Re: Milky spoor and moles

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Posted by Al on April 30, 2004 at 17:39:26 from (

In Reply to: Re: Milky spoor and moles posted by Alias on April 30, 2004 at 12:18:48:

What it's supposed to do is make the grubs sick and die then that dead grub
gives off many more spores and permeate out and keep working . The
moles don't like the taste of the grubs so they leave . As to whether it works on armadillos I don't know . We don't have them here in Mich. . I don't think I have ever seen a armadillo my self but if they dig for grubs I'm sure that would
deter them from digging up your yard like skunks do around here .
What I did to treat my front yard is took a 200 ft tape and marked off every four foot with that marking paint by the house then out by the road . then I took a string and marked off every four foot with the paint Put a teaspoon full at every four foot like a checker board all over my yard . just move the string each time.
I was leery of the respirator thing too but I seen no ill effects I did it while there was no wind and it rained shortly after I put it on if I remember right .

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