[NAFEX] hungry voles and tasty trees
Docshiva at Docshiva.org
Thu May 5 16:28:17 EDT 2005
I find same vole controls by googling 'natural vole control'. I noticed a
couple of those aren't available in CA, which explains why I never had a
chance to try them. What has worked best for me is attracting owls. I put
an 'owl pole' - basically a tall telephone-pole-like pole - in an area where
a owl could use it to spot the our gophers as they exited their burrows to
raid the garden. One medium owl will kill 2 to 3 small rodents a night.
You can also find plans to build owl habitats/nest boxes.
Stephen Sadler, Ph.D.
USDA 9, AHS heat zone 8,
Sacramento CA - Mediterranean climate
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forget the gravel...it doesn't work....I've lost trees with sharp stones
packed down 4inches and more around these trees and there is no stopping a
So far, I can only do the bait and poison thing where I see trails and
holes,but they continue to multiply and wreck and ruin my trees....hawks are
but they don't touch the population.
Zone 5 south west CT where it has frosted every night for the last 2
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