Staying outdoors is a great way of enjoying yourself but not if there are pests lurking. That surely takes away the fun. Ultrasonic devices, electronic yard fences and strobe lights - these are the technology at present that helps us eradicate these annoying pests in a safer way. No need to worry of getting caught in your own trap, or being poisoned by the pesticide or chemical that you placed because there is no more use for that now. Kids and old people alike can freely go around the garden because it is safe, and likewise animals that do not create trouble can also visit the garden.

These products allow us to deal with unwanted pests in a humane and safe way and work on gophers, moles, squirrels, deer, cats, dogs, or any unwanted intruder. The ears of the animals will hear a high frequency sound or vibration coming from the ultrasonic devices. Because it pains them, they would stay away. I have a friend who absolutely despised the squirrels in her yard. Her house, her vegetation, her chairs on the deck - all ruined. So, she bought an ultrasonic gadget and it was perfect! How are they now? Well, my friend is now enjoying the garden without the troubles and the squirrels, they're still out there rummaging somebody else's garden I think.

Gophers and moles can do significant damage to your yard, shrubberies and plants. Your lawn will be ruined with all the bumps on the surface. It's even dangerous to walk about because you might stumble or sprain your ankle. These rodents often dig tunnels beneath the surface creating air vents for their homes below and in your well kept garden. Their burrows' measurement can stretch up to many miles and if you dig down, it can go as deep as 5 feet, the least is two feet. Each family of these rodents can have as much as twelve babies and the only thing they are good at is digging. Their food intake is equivalent to their own body weight, so they don't hibernate because their bodies won't store fat. Around forty pounds of food is eaten by a mole in a year. It is how they exist - eat and dig, over and over. Worms are vital in plant growth, they burrow in the soil to allow air to be absorbed by the plants' roots. However, moles prevent them from doing so because they become mole food. Gophers eat roots and plant material.

Moles create meandering surface tunnels, while gophers rarely have surface tunnels - and when they do, they are straighter. The heaps that moles make look like a tiny volcano while a gopher's heap would shape like a kidney. If you have a garden covered in healthy flourishing lawns, these creatures will be all over the place. Tree roots, grains, grasses, shrubs and some of the vegetables such as carrots, peas and beans are often the target of gophers and moles to chew on. Even flowers like lilies, irises and tulips can't escape their mouths. Even though moles feed mostly on grubs, worms and insects, they also feed on plant materials. Gophers though prefer plant materials that are succulent. Gophers, voles, moles, chipmunks and woodchucks are known for their intelligence. They know how to stay away from getting caught by traps, by ignoring baits and from being poisoned.

There is no question that if you have gophers or moles in your yard, you will know by the mounds, tunnels and damage. Anything that is living, I value their existence by not taking it away from them. I move spiders in the house to the outdoors, move snakes in the yard toward the lake (I know, I know, I am one of THOSE people). Thus, I suggest you go now and purchase an ultrasonic device at the store. It's much safer and all life is protected.

Keep your garden from any pests purchase a sonic pest repellent at www.safehomeproducts.com now.

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Keep your garden from any pests purchase a sonic pest repellent at www.safehomeproducts.com now.