https://www.sanluisobispo.com/living/home-garden/article216244065.html BY TAMI REECE SPECIAL TO THE TRIBUNE SEPTEMBER 25, 2018 10:25 AM, UPDATED SEPTEMBER 25, 2018 10:25 AM Photo: Ray Festa, UCCE Master Gardener, holds a Wilco Ground Squirrel Bait Station. Joe Johnston JJOHNSTON@THETRIBUNENEWS.COM Have you ever discovered dirt mounds in the middle of your lawn? These unsightly heaps are likely the work of
Rats – Norway & Roof Rat teeth never stop growing. They can gnaw through things such as lead and aluminum sheeting. Their teeth also grow up to 5 inches per year.
How to Identify Slug or Snail Damage “What’s eating my plants?” That’s the call we got one spring morning after our young friend Marcie ventured out to check her garden. The sun was shining, dew sparkled on the grass and all was right with the world. Everything, that is, except her row of new lettuce
Are rodents worse in winter? By Mike LaFollette / Angie’s List Published Jan 3, 2017 at 12:02AM Winter’s return means more time inside, but you’re not the only one seeking shelter. As temperatures drop, mice and rats head indoors in search of food and warmth. “There isn’t a home in this world that doesn’t have
http://www.greenbaypressgazette.com/story/life/home-garden/2016/11/12/prevent-vole-damage-landscape/93593522/ Vijai Pandian 7:46 a.m. CST November 12, 2016 (Photo: Courtesy of Brown County University of Wisconsin-Extension) Freezing nights and shortening daylight in the fall has tranquilized most of our landscape except the insatiable meadow mouse that remains active throughout the year. Meadow mice, also called voles, are a ground-dwelling rodent with a chunky grayish