Corona gophers are in trouble with Rodent Guys on the hunt
(PRWEB) March 15, 2013
Corona gopher control is in high demand because home owners are haunted with relentless pocket gophers and gopher control. Gophers are rat sized animals that burrow through the ground eating the plants and grass. Made famous in the movie Caddy Shack starring Bill Murray, attempting to catch, drown and even shoot the gopher can be tougher than you think.
A lot of property owners attempt gopher extermination based on ideas they get from the internet, bait from the hardware stores and drowning with water. From time to time they do get lucky with the gopher, but they seem to just keep coming.
Not taken care of these hungry gophers will eat all the plants, roots and grass until nothing is left. The usual sign of gophers is the piles of dirt left atop of the ground. These gopher mounds come from the tunneling they make. The dirt mounds also damage the turf by smothering the grass.
At some point the lawn gets patches all over and dead spots from where the gopher ate the grass. You can be in your yard and see the jiggle of a plant or flower. Then watch as it disappears into the ground, and disappear forever.
Fruit bearing trees and other large root trees can take some chewing of the roots and be able to survive. This gnawing from gophers will slow growth and slow the fruit production of the tree.
The solution is not simple. Corona homeowners are challenged since they cannot purchase restricted poison and trapping requires a learning curve. Some nurseries offer repellents and sonic beepers, which do not work and should not be purchased. You are better off hiring someone who knows how to take care of gophers. The easy way out is not always the best way.
Rodent Guys will use carbon monoxide with poison or trapping. Poison is used where pets, wildlife and children are not at high risk. Trapping is used where exposure is high. Rodent Guys will give recommendations but ultimately the decision is up the customer which option is used.
Rodent Guys Gopher Removal is the best in the business in Southern California including Corona. They have years of experience, use the most modern technology and do both traditional and dog safe techniques.
Rodent Guys Gopher Control and Removal can be located on their website at http://www.rodentguys.com.
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