Wilco / Doc Woodys Gopher Trap Our traditional-styled box trap is easy to set, easy to use, and easy to empty. No poisons and no gasses are needed. Simply place the box trap toward the entrance of the gopher’s burrow and get the fast results you need. It is not durable and reusable. Try it
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Wilco Ground Squirrel Trap The Wilco Ground Squirrel Trap is a multi-catch squirrel trap. It can catch up to a dozen squirrels before being emptied! It is a great alternative to poison baits. Trap Placement: There is really nothing to set up. You just take the trap out of the box and add some bait.
Wilco Wax Block Rats & Mice As we move into the colder months of the year, be prepared to experience unwelcome house guests. When temperatures drop, rats and mice try to find warmer shelter and spaces to survive, including a garage and home. Before the winter season is here and much colder weather is upon
Wilco / Doc Woodys Gopher Trap Our Wilco & Doc Woodys Gopher Trap is a fast working and affective tool in eliminating pocket gophers from your property. When you need a solution that is quick, fast, and affective this is the gopher trap you need to have. You can catch pocket gophers with ease, without
Wilco Zinc Ag Bait Active Ingredient: Zinc Phosphide — 2.0% Wilco’s newest rodent bait, an acute toxin and single-feed formulation on a wheat carrier. Our bait can be used for multiple rodents, including; Pocket Gophers, Ground Squirrels, Prairie Dogs, Voles, and more. A restricted use permit/license is required. 25 lb. Bag — Part No. 60125
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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