Mole Pop'rs™ Repels Burrowing Rodents in an Environmentally Safe and Non-Toxic Way

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Get rid of burrowing rodents like moles the safe and easy way.

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They have had excellent results, and I highly recommend Mole Pop'rs™ to all of my customers.

Intromark Incorporated announces Mole Pop'rs™, a product that helps rid the yard and garden of burrowing rodents. Mole Pop'rs™ are now available for sale online at http://www.intromarkstore.com.

"…I believe it is very important to use environmentally safe products, and I am pleased to have found one with such marvelous results."

Rickey Holland, Highlands, N.C.

Made from non-toxic, all-natural ingredients, Mole Pop'rs™ will rid the area of moles and other rodents safely and easily. The product repels moles, voles, gophers, rabbits, armadillos and ground squirrels, and prevents them from eating or damaging flowers or plants. Because Mole Pop'rs™ are non-toxic, they won't hurt children, wildlife or pets.

The Mole Pop'rs™ pre-mixed pellets are molded dry. Inserted into the ground, the ground moisture activates them, and they release odors that rodents hate. To use, simply insert the small Mole Pop'rs™ 2-3 feet apart, about 1.5 inches below ground level. Once the mole run is vacated, Mole Pop'rs™ placed 4-5 feet apart keep the area protected. To repel rabbits, armadillos and ground squirrels, break the Mole Pop'rs™ into pieces and place them around flowers, shrubs or other affected areas. The Mole Pop'rs™ are effective for 90 days.

"We have had many repeat customers try Mole Pop'rs™ this year," said Selwyn Chalker, manager, Gates Nursery, N.C. "They have had excellent results, and I highly recommend Mole Pop'rs™ to all of my customers."

The Mole Pop'rs™ are packaged in a plastic tub, with 100 pellets per tub. Suggested retail price is $19.95 plus $3.50 for shipping and handling.

Mole Pop'rs™ are available online at http://www.intromarkstore.com. For more information or to order Mole Pop'rs™, call Intromark directly at (800) 851-6030.

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