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Getting rid of ground moles with vinegar can be an effective and affordable way to keep them from destroying your lawn. The acidic nature of vinegar is what makes it so effective in deterring moles. To use vinegar, you'll want to create a solution of one part vinegar to five parts water. Using a garden sprayer, spray the vinegar solution around the perimeter of your lawn and any areas where you have seen moles tunneling. You'll want to continue applying the solution every few days until the moles have moved on. Additionally, you can pour the vinegar solution directly into any tunnels or mounds you find in your lawn. Doing so will not only discourage the moles from returning but also help to kill off any grubs that they may be eating. Finally, you may consider using a mole repellent such as castor oil or ammonia to further deter the moles from coming back.How To Get Rid Of Ground Moles With Vinegar
Ramon set the type of the post as  MIDI Stories — 1 year ago
1 year ago
Er! A bit slow off the mark aren't you?
Those have been available since at least April 2021, some from February 2020.
Nothing new, that I can see, since then.

Unless, that is, you know differently.
Ramon changed the title from MIDI 2.0 Specs have been published! to How To Get Rid Of Ground Moles With Vinegar — 10 months ago
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