Makers and Users of the MOLE BUSTER  TM ®

OVER 20 YEARS OF SERVICING THE LOWER MAINLAND.

FAMILY OPERATED:


"BERT THE MOLE MAN"

For on-site instructions & sales of the

MOLE BUSTER TM ®

Phone: 604-826-9352

Fax:    604-826-9342

Email: bertthemoleman@shaw.ca


"ARCHIE THE MOLE GUY"

Phone: 604-820-7756

For servicing South of Fraser River, East of Hwy 11 Abbotsford, Chilliwack etc., North of Fraser River from Harrison Hot Springs to Pitt Meadows


"STEVE THE MOLE GUY"

(AKA ASJ MOLE CONTROL)

Phone: 604-820-7387

For servicing South of Fraser River, West of Hwy 11 Abbotsford to Surrey & Whiterock North of Fraser River from Coquitlam to Burnaby

Mole problem no problem
Even voles or pocket gophers
Come see and learn how our MOLE BUSTER TM ® works
Bring your concerns and questions to tm Mole Control co

? Ask Bert The Mole Man ?

If moles are messing up your lawns and gardens, get the information you need to win the battle. Send us your questions and get expert advice from Bert the Mole Man.

Q: I must have 20 mounds of dirt in my front yard. How many moles do I have?

A: Moles are territorial so you likely have only one making all that mess. The size of a territory depends on how many worms are available. A mole can eat as many as 75 worms per day and they don't share their food or their territory with friends or relatives.

Q: Why do I have moles and my neighbor doesn't?

A: You must be a good gardener since you have rich soil with a lot of worms. Moles are only interested in finding worms - up to 75 a day!

Q: My plants are not doing so well and my tulips are not growing. Are the moles eating them?

A: No. Moles are insectivores and do not eat vegetation of any kind. They eat worms, bugs, larva, etc. - anything that creeps, crawls or wriggles. Voles eat bulbs and other plant roots. A vole is a rodent and they look like a small rat with buckteeth and a short tail. You can catch voles the same way as you catch moles.

Q: Can I get rid of my moles by taking away their food source?

A: It would be a personal choice to use chemicals on your lawn on a regular basis so that a mole cannot find food there and must go elsewhere. Don't forget though that you and your family also travel on the chemicals you put in your yard.

PHOTOS

History

MEMBER OF BBB

Radio Programs with Brian Minter, Shell Busey, Wim Vander Zalm

TV - Dave Gary, Shell Busey and Brian Minter

Steve Whysall - Garden Column - Vancouver Sun

Kevin Gillies - Feature Article "Day in the life of the Mole Man", Abbotsford Times

Tradeshows (Tradex, BC Place, Seattle)

Demos - At all your favorite stores where garden tools are sold.