Orange, CA (PRWEB) April 20, 2013
Orange gopher control is the talk of the town because properties are plagued with relentless pocket gophers and gopher control. Gophers are rat sized animals which tunnel through the dirt and eat the vegetation. As seen in the movie Caddy Shack with Bill Murray, trying to catch, drown and even use a gun on a gopher can be hard.
Most Orange property owners attempt gopher extermination from ideas they get from the internet, bait from lawn centers and drowning with a garden hose. Every once in a while they do get lucky with a gopher, but they seem to keep coming.
When not taken care of, these hungry gophers will eat all the vegetation until nothing is left. The usual sign of gophers is the mounds of dirt on the ground. These gopher dirt piles come from the tunneling they make. The dirt piles also ruin the turf by smothering the grass.
Sooner or later the turf will have dead areas from the eating of the grass and smothering from the mounds covering it. Someone can gaze out their window and see the jiggle of a flower or plant. Then watch as it disappears into the ground, never to be seen again.
Fruit trees and other large root bushes can handle some chewing on the roots and be able to live. However, the gnawing from gophers will stunt growth and slow the production of the tree.
The solution is not a simple one. Orange property owners are challenged since they cannot purchase restricted poison and trapping requires a learning curve. Some nurseries sell sonic beepers and repellents, which don’t work and you should not waste money on. Better to spend your hard earned money on proven techniques or hire a professional. The easy way out is not always the best way.
Rodent Guys will use carbon monoxide combined with poison or trapping. Poison is used where dogs or other pets, wildlife and children are not at high exposure. Trapping is used where exposure is elevated. Rodent Guys will give a recommendation but the customer decides which option is used.
Rodent Guys Gopher Removal is the most well known in So Calif including Orange. They specialize in gophers, use the most modern technology and do both traditional and pet safe methods.
Rodent Guys Gopher Control and Removal can be located on their website at http://www.rodentguys.com.
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