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Hello everyone. We are currently experiencing issues with our phone and internet services. We are scheduled to regain services and to be working properly by 2pm. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
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
Products For Rodent Removal For over four decades we have been a brand name that people know and trust. From our rodent bait to our applicators and equipment, we have the expertise and knowledge that you need to gain control of those PESKY critters! We have products and solutions for pocket gophers, ground squirrels, prairie
Hello, Our local phone number at 805-735-2476 has been ported over and is now functional. Thank you for your patience and consideration.
Hello, We have recently learned that our phone number 805-735-2476 is temporarily unavailable as the provider is currently unable to release it. We are unable to answer calls at that number and do not receive message notifications and cannot view them. We do not have a timeframe for when this will be resolved and request
Wilco Distributors will be closed from March 22, 2019 until April 1st, 2019 when we open in our new location at 6832 N. El Mirage Rd, Glendale, AZ 85307
Wilco Gopher Getter Midget Wilco’s innovative gopher tool gives the occasional user a safe, simple tool, and an economical method of controlling pocket gophers. The Gopher Getter Midget inserts bait into the subsoil, so the gopher is the only animal that should come into contact with the bait. There is no danger of harming children
Ground Squirrel Ground Squirrels are known to be problematic for homeowners, gardeners, and professionals in the agricultural and commercial markets. According to the University of California Agricultural and Natural Resources, “in California, Ground Squirrels cause $30 to $50 million per year in agricultural damage (http://ucanr.edu).” Although they appear cute and harmless, the California Ground Squirrel