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where I can find Stuie's method for the removal of moles. Normally they don't give me much grief but I seem to have aquired one with a wicked sense of humour. It insists on putting a huge mole hill up evry time I dig a trench for my runners. I dig a 12 inch deep trench come back next day to line the base and put the pipe in and fill with humus and there slap bang in the middle a bbbbbb......y great molehill. Me and this here mole are definitely going to come to blows. Any ideas folks.

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I have the same problem

Tried different things, did some research and found a few mentions of putting Juicy Fruit gum in the holes, things are suppose to love it, eat it and die.

Do you have that kind of gum across the pond there Suss?


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