Collapse Mole Tunnels And Repair Your Lawn In An Instant

Double headed Grass Stitcher

Moles – No one seems to like their company. Least off, gardeners. They can be a real nuisance when it comes to lawns, especially if you have had any snow cover. You can’t miss the telltale signs of moles – it looks like your lawn has had a minor upheaval.

Those telltale signs are caused by moles burrowing under you lawn. There are a number of reasons why they do this. First, underground means safety; secondly, that is where they can find a great food source – earth worms and grubs; finally, it is reasonably warm and sheltered under the safety of a lawn.

Unfortunately, the damage the moles do,  digging tunnels causes a noticeable rise in the lawn, and to slowly kill your lawn. Fortunately, help is at hand. One tool can be used to collapse those tunnels and prepare the tunnel lines for reseeding, all in the one action. That tool? The Grass Stitcher, of course.

The Grass Stitcher is one of the most economical and time efficient tools available to gardeners. Simply apply the tool with a little weight behind it and those mole holes will collapse back in on themselves. At the same time, the Grass Stitcher prepares the soil for seed. Ten minutes work and you’re ready to sow and water.

We can’t get rid of the moles for you, but we can certainly help you repair the damage they cause. After using the Grass Stitcher, your lawn will be back to normal in a month and you’ll never have seen where those moles had been. As an added bonus, you didn’t have to break your back to repair the problem.



4 Responses to “Collapse Mole Tunnels And Repair Your Lawn In An Instant”

  1. Merianne says:

    Just found out about your ‘handy’ tool…
    DON’T want to kill the critters though. If yours doesn’t, I’ll order it immediately!
    PLEASE, let me know!

    Thanks much,

  2. Merianne says:

    Just found out about your ‘handy’ tool…
    DON’T want to kill the critters though. If yours doesn’t, I’ll order it immediately!
    PLEASE, let me know!

    Thanks much,

  3. The Grass Stitcher says:

    Hello Merianne and thanks for your question. The Grass Stitcher only perforates the soil by less than two inches so it certainly won’t ‘kill the critters’. The normal practice is to collapse the mole tunnel first – this will send any moles out so they can find a home somewhere else rather under your lawn (slowly killing the lawn in the process).

    Collapse the mound first then use the Grass Stitcher to repair the damage. You certainly won’t hurt the moles then.

  4. The Grass Stitcher says:

    Hello Merianne and thanks for your question. The Grass Stitcher only perforates the soil by less than two inches so it certainly won’t ‘kill the critters’. The normal practice is to collapse the mole tunnel first – this will send any moles out so they can find a home somewhere else rather under your lawn (slowly killing the lawn in the process).

    Collapse the mound first then use the Grass Stitcher to repair the damage. You certainly won’t hurt the moles then.

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