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Ridding your golf course of moles

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Midlothian, Virginia turf maintenance is of the utmost importance to Commonwealth Sports Turf. And, some of the most common obstacles to proper maintenance are mole tunnels and mounds. Moles are often …

Midlothian, Virginia turf maintenance is of the utmost importance to Commonwealth Sports Turf. And, some of the most common obstacles to proper maintenance are mole tunnels and mounds. Moles are often destructive in sports turf because they burrow their homes underneath the ground and feed mostly on earthworms, grubs and insects. A mole that decides to make its home in a golf course may leave ridged soil above his tunnels on the surface and mounds of soil up to two feet tall. These ridges and mounds will undoubtedly leave a golf course looking unprofessional.

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