Mole deterrents & repellents

mole repellers

GARDIGO offers a wide selection of mole repellents and deterrents. In some countries, moles are under conservation, so they must not be killed with a trap. This is one of the reasons our sonic repellers are so popular. The tones and vibration are annoying for the burrowing animals. In their dark underground tunnels, they have to rely on their sense of hearing and their tactile sense to find insects to feed on. This is why our deterrents are annoying to the animals. Depending on the season and the light situation in the garden one may choose between solar powered and battery operated mole repelling devices.

 
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Mole deterrents & repellents
mole repellers

GARDIGO offers a wide selection of mole repellents and deterrents. In some countries, moles are under conservation, so they must not be killed with a trap. This is one of the reasons our sonic repellers are so popular. The tones and vibration are annoying for the burrowing animals. In their dark underground tunnels, they have to rely on their sense of hearing and their tactile sense to find insects to feed on. This is why our deterrents are annoying to the animals. Depending on the season and the light situation in the garden one may choose between solar powered and battery operated mole repelling devices.

 
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Moles are compared to voles protected and may not be killed! Nevertheless, it is very frustrating when a beautifully landscaped garden is disfigured by one mole mound following the other, destroying the beautiful scenery.

Moles are mainly active in autumn and will at this time transform a beautifully manicured lawn into a freshly ploughed field. An active mole can open up to 20 holes per day, not to forget the tunnels that connect them. After a short time the molehills become numerous, destroying the landscaped lawn. There are many traditional forms of fighting the mole, but this is very difficult as the mole usually stays underground.

How do you drive a mole away?

Traditionally there are several ways to get rid of a mole. Smell is one of them: stick banana skins, fish, garlic or anything that smells nasty down the tunnel of a mole and around their mounds. This method does work sometimes, if the tunnel system is not too expansive, but it will not keep away new moles with their own tunnel system.

Another way of driving moles away is noise. In gardens which are frequently used by humans, especially children and pets, you will find far less mole mounds than in gardens which are not actively used. Also the regular use of a lawnmower will disturb the mole significantly resulting in fewer molehills. But as the lawnmower is not continuously running through the garden, and the children already might be out of the house, you will need a different solution. A mole repeller causes a permanent and effective noise and vibration underground, making life for the mole most uncomfortable.

The mole repeller generates a shockwave at regular intervals, depending on the device every 15 to 30 seconds, causing a high frequency vibration which the mole perceives as most disturbing and uncomfortable. If the ground is very dense or the mole very stubborn, we recommend the use of the device with an extra vibrator, causing an additional strong vibration in the ground.

How do I use a mole repeller correctly? 

Never put the mole repeller into the mole hill. The worst-case result would be, that the mole moves further into the garden. Depending on the layout of your garden and the adjoining area, the mole repeller should be placed strategically, urging the mole in to a certain direction and driving him out of the garden. To do this, start by placing the mole repeller near to the house and then by moving it every 2 to 3 weeks in the direction in which you want the mole to leave the garden. The progress can be controlled by watching where the new mole mounds come up. It is ideal to have more than one mole repeller in use. This gives you a better possibility of defining the escape route and shepherding the mole out of the garden. Although the devices emits a noise at various frequencies, it is advisable to switch off the devices at intervals, as a mole might get used to the continuous sound pollution and decide to live with it. To do this every mole repellent has an individual on/off switch. 

What must I pay attention to when buying a mole repellent?

1) The power of the solar panel and the batteries installed are an important feature. If the device is used in Northern Europe a fully charged battery should last at least seven days without sunlight. If the panel is not powerful enough, the device will stop working and the results will not be satisfactory.

2) A large solar panel does not always mean that it is effective and that it can generate enough power for the batteries to fully load them.

3) A compact and slim design of the mole repellent makes insertion into the ground easier. The thicker the device is, the more difficult it will be to push it into the ground. A large diameter does not necessarily mean that the effect and function better or that the area covered is larger. Effectivity and functionality are dependent on the integrated electronics.

4) One feature that many mole repellents do not have is an easily accessible on/off switch. This switch is essential in the tactics of driving the mole away. Switching off the device from time to time prevents the mole from getting used to the disturbance. The different frequencies generated help lessen this effect, but switching the device off from time to time guarantees success.

What does a mole look like?

The dominant feature on a mole are its large, shovel like front paws. The fur of the mole is black, its size between 15 and 19 cm and its weight up to 100 g. A healthy mole will live up to 4 years.

How does the mole live?

Using his shovel like front paws the mole tunnels through the ground creating a large network of passageways. It can move approximately 30 cm per minute when digging new tunnels. Throughout the day the mole crawls through the tunnels in search of food. The natural enemies of the moles are martens, cats and birds of prey. If there is need or he feels hungry, he will only leave his tunnels at night. He will then feed on plants which cannot be found in the darkness of the tunnels. The mole will also only come out at night because his eyes are highly sensitive to the light of day.

When do moles mate?

The mating season of the European mole begins early in the year. Outside of them mating and breeding season the mole will live on its own and  stay within its territory.

When the male mole is searching for a female, it will expand its territory excessively, causing a huge number of mole hills in the garden. It will also defend this territory against other male moles. After a short time, the passageways of the mole can be up to 100 m long. The mole will burrow as fast as it can to find a female. It can dig up to 1 m within three minutes. The burrowing will produce excessive earth which is then pushed out of the tunnel, resulting in a small earth mound on the surface. Female mole is only prepared for mating through time 30 hours. If the male mole arrives after this time, the female mole will attack and chase away the mail. If the male arrives on time, then mating takes place in the tunnels.

Damage caused by moles.

Moles destroy many gardens, lawns or football fields with their molehills. This can be very irritating and annoying. To get rid of moles we recommend Gardigo Mole Repellent products, which will effectively drive all moles out of the area. The Solar Mole Repellent, Mini emits high-frequency sound into the ground and the Mole and Ant Vibration Repellent additionally has an integrated vibration module, making life for the mole most uncomfortable and urging it to retreat. The Solar Mole- and Vole-Free, Diamant and the Solar Mole and Ant Vibration Repellent are equally effective at making the life of the mole unbearable.

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Solar Mole Repellent Screw | Set of 2
Solar Mole Repellent Screw | Set of 2
The mole repellent for easy screwing into the ground: thanks to its tapered shape and screw thread, this device is particularly easy to use. It can usually be inserted into the lawn without any additional aids. This also means that the...
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Wühltier-Abwehr Vier Jahreszeiten: Der Wühlmaus- und Maulwurfschreck von GARDIGO mit Solar-Panel und Batteriebetrieb – Wechselkopf für ganzjährigen Einsatz
Vole Defence Four Seasons | sonic mole...
Repel moles and voles, all year round! This is necessary because the animals rummage through your garden not only in summer, but throughout the year. In the dark winter, you operate the vole deterrent with standard batteries (not...
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Mole & Ant Repellent | with vibration motor
Mole & Ant Repellent | with vibration motor
The Mole & Ant Repellent with vibration motor offers a high efficiency and helps you getting rid of the pest for good. Creatures living underground are dependent on their acute sense of hearing and are very sensitive to vibrations. The...
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Sonic mole repellent, set of 2
Mole Chaser Basic | set of 2 | sonic mole...
With the battery-operated mole repellent from GARDIGO, burrowing animals can be controlled all year round. Moles are particularly active in winter, when solar mole repellers cannot be used. In order to find food, they have to dig...
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Vole & mole mesh
Vole & mole mesh | burrowing barrier
Protect the lawn, the raised bed or the newly planted trees from voles and moles: Lay the Gardigo vole & mole mesh under the lawn as a barrier to prevent molehills! When building a raised bed, a vole barrier must not be missing, because...
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Solar Mole Repellent
Solar Mole Repellent | sonic deterrent for...
Gardigo Mole Repellent This mole repelling device is easy to insert into the soil thanks to the slim design of its stake. Underground, it emits tones in 30 sec. intervals, to disturb the animals, but do them no harm. In their dark...
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Mole Repellent Mini
Mole Repellent Mini | compact sonic deterrent
Mole Repellent Mini is the most compact mole repeller by Gardigo. But compact does not equal weak: The buzzer inside the device is just as large and powerful as in many bigger devices. The slim design makes it easier to insert the...
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Mole-Ant Defense Deluxe
Mole-Ant Defense Deluxe | sonic deterrent |...
Inserting mole repellers into the soil can be tricky, especially when the device has a large diameter and the soil is hard, it often is necessary to dig a hole first. This is why The Mole-Ant Defense Deluxe has an integrated drilling...
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Solar Mole-Ant Defense Deluxe
Solar Mole-Ant Defense Deluxe | repeller with...
Inserting large diameter mole repellers into the ground is often hard. The Gardigo Solar Mole-Ant Defense Deluxe is different. Its hole drill tip can be screwed a couple of centimeters into the soil. By pulling the device out of the hole...
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Earth Auger Drill for mole repellers
Earth Auger Drill | perfect size for mole...
Are you trying to install our mole deterring products into the ground, but the soil is too hard? Digging a suitable hole with a spade can be tiresome. A large garden, where several mole repellers are necessary, may even be exhausting....
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GARDIGO Solar Mole Repellent | solar powered
Solar Mole Repellent
Simply push the Gardigo Solar Mole Repellent into the ground. The slim design and the aluminium tube make this very easy. The Gardigo Solar Mole Repeller will send vibrations into the surrounding ground, which moles and voles find most...
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GARDIGO battery powered mole repellant basic
Mole Repellant Basic | battery powered
Mole control is possible with the Mole Repellant Basic from Gardigo even in the winter and gets rid of all moles and voles from your property on a long term basis. Just push the Gardigo Mole Repellent Basic into the ground. It will emit...
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Solar Mole & Ant Repellent Diamond
Solar Mole & Ant Repellent Diamond
The Solar Mole & Ant Repellent Diamond disturbs burrowing animals and ants with sound. Perfect electronics in connection with solar technology in high-quality processing is the most environmentally friendly form of driving away rodents....
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Moles are compared to voles protected and may not be killed! Nevertheless, it is very frustrating when a beautifully landscaped garden is disfigured by one mole mound following the other, destroying the beautiful scenery.

Moles are mainly active in autumn and will at this time transform a beautifully manicured lawn into a freshly ploughed field. An active mole can open up to 20 holes per day, not to forget the tunnels that connect them. After a short time the molehills become numerous, destroying the landscaped lawn. There are many traditional forms of fighting the mole, but this is very difficult as the mole usually stays underground.

How do you drive a mole away?

Traditionally there are several ways to get rid of a mole. Smell is one of them: stick banana skins, fish, garlic or anything that smells nasty down the tunnel of a mole and around their mounds. This method does work sometimes, if the tunnel system is not too expansive, but it will not keep away new moles with their own tunnel system.

Another way of driving moles away is noise. In gardens which are frequently used by humans, especially children and pets, you will find far less mole mounds than in gardens which are not actively used. Also the regular use of a lawnmower will disturb the mole significantly resulting in fewer molehills. But as the lawnmower is not continuously running through the garden, and the children already might be out of the house, you will need a different solution. A mole repeller causes a permanent and effective noise and vibration underground, making life for the mole most uncomfortable.

The mole repeller generates a shockwave at regular intervals, depending on the device every 15 to 30 seconds, causing a high frequency vibration which the mole perceives as most disturbing and uncomfortable. If the ground is very dense or the mole very stubborn, we recommend the use of the device with an extra vibrator, causing an additional strong vibration in the ground.

How do I use a mole repeller correctly? 

Never put the mole repeller into the mole hill. The worst-case result would be, that the mole moves further into the garden. Depending on the layout of your garden and the adjoining area, the mole repeller should be placed strategically, urging the mole in to a certain direction and driving him out of the garden. To do this, start by placing the mole repeller near to the house and then by moving it every 2 to 3 weeks in the direction in which you want the mole to leave the garden. The progress can be controlled by watching where the new mole mounds come up. It is ideal to have more than one mole repeller in use. This gives you a better possibility of defining the escape route and shepherding the mole out of the garden. Although the devices emits a noise at various frequencies, it is advisable to switch off the devices at intervals, as a mole might get used to the continuous sound pollution and decide to live with it. To do this every mole repellent has an individual on/off switch. 

What must I pay attention to when buying a mole repellent?

1) The power of the solar panel and the batteries installed are an important feature. If the device is used in Northern Europe a fully charged battery should last at least seven days without sunlight. If the panel is not powerful enough, the device will stop working and the results will not be satisfactory.

2) A large solar panel does not always mean that it is effective and that it can generate enough power for the batteries to fully load them.

3) A compact and slim design of the mole repellent makes insertion into the ground easier. The thicker the device is, the more difficult it will be to push it into the ground. A large diameter does not necessarily mean that the effect and function better or that the area covered is larger. Effectivity and functionality are dependent on the integrated electronics.

4) One feature that many mole repellents do not have is an easily accessible on/off switch. This switch is essential in the tactics of driving the mole away. Switching off the device from time to time prevents the mole from getting used to the disturbance. The different frequencies generated help lessen this effect, but switching the device off from time to time guarantees success.

What does a mole look like?

The dominant feature on a mole are its large, shovel like front paws. The fur of the mole is black, its size between 15 and 19 cm and its weight up to 100 g. A healthy mole will live up to 4 years.

How does the mole live?

Using his shovel like front paws the mole tunnels through the ground creating a large network of passageways. It can move approximately 30 cm per minute when digging new tunnels. Throughout the day the mole crawls through the tunnels in search of food. The natural enemies of the moles are martens, cats and birds of prey. If there is need or he feels hungry, he will only leave his tunnels at night. He will then feed on plants which cannot be found in the darkness of the tunnels. The mole will also only come out at night because his eyes are highly sensitive to the light of day.

When do moles mate?

The mating season of the European mole begins early in the year. Outside of them mating and breeding season the mole will live on its own and  stay within its territory.

When the male mole is searching for a female, it will expand its territory excessively, causing a huge number of mole hills in the garden. It will also defend this territory against other male moles. After a short time, the passageways of the mole can be up to 100 m long. The mole will burrow as fast as it can to find a female. It can dig up to 1 m within three minutes. The burrowing will produce excessive earth which is then pushed out of the tunnel, resulting in a small earth mound on the surface. Female mole is only prepared for mating through time 30 hours. If the male mole arrives after this time, the female mole will attack and chase away the mail. If the male arrives on time, then mating takes place in the tunnels.

Damage caused by moles.

Moles destroy many gardens, lawns or football fields with their molehills. This can be very irritating and annoying. To get rid of moles we recommend Gardigo Mole Repellent products, which will effectively drive all moles out of the area. The Solar Mole Repellent, Mini emits high-frequency sound into the ground and the Mole and Ant Vibration Repellent additionally has an integrated vibration module, making life for the mole most uncomfortable and urging it to retreat. The Solar Mole- and Vole-Free, Diamant and the Solar Mole and Ant Vibration Repellent are equally effective at making the life of the mole unbearable.

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