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1_Lucky_Texan wrote:
We did have a few daffodils but they seemed to make no difference to where the tunnels went.

Have also tried a smelly garlic treatment to the lawn, some kind of worm shaped poison bait, hot pepper flakes.

70% of their diet is earthworms - if you have healthy soil, they will come. Sometimes it may look like you have several but they are solitary unless a mom has babies. The babies move away when older.

There is a device called Rodenator that might work;

this is the one I caught - tried to include in first reply

This message was edited Sep 14, 2012 10:02 AM

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