When used as directed, specially formulated MoleX® controls against common species of moles without harming pets, livestock, wildlife, or people.
To use, place in areas used by moles for feeding. Formulated using naturally derived ingredients*, MoleX® Pellets will cause acute environmental stress to moles, causing them to abandon their tunnels and search for a new habitat.
Ready-to-use with no mixing or spraying required, MoleX® is safe for use around trees, plants, and shrubs. When used as directed, MoleX® is landscape-safe. Place MoleX® according to package instructions in visible mole tunnels in lawns, ornamental gardens, flower beds, and non-crop grassy areas. Not for use above ground.
For safe, efficient & effective mole control, choose MoleX® Pellets.
- Naturally Derived* mole Control
- Safe for Use Around Livestock & Pets When Used as Directed
- Perfect for both professional & DIY use
- EPA minimum risk pesticide
- Patented mechanical kill system requires no conventional poisons
- Protected by 3 U.S. and 2 Global patents, other patents pending
*Garlic, White Pepper, Citric Acid
Active Ingredients: Garlic, White Pepper, Citric Acid
Inert Ingredients: Fish Meal, Sodium Bicarbonate, Calcium Sulfate, Malic Acid, Ammonium Benzoate
Safety Data Sheet:
|Active Ingredients :|
|Inert Indredients :|
|Soduim Bicarbonate, Calcium Sulfate, Malic Acid, Ammonium Benzoate, Cat Food, Fish Meal||84.0%|
Safe for Use Around Livestock & Pets When Used as Directed.
Patented Mechanical Kill System Requires No Conventional Poisons.
Formulated for Indoor & Outdoor Use. Perfect for Both Professional & DIY Use.
Moles naturally intake 10% of their body weight per feeding; consuming 4%-6% of the rodent’s weight is lethal for the pest.
Moles have a very weak respiratory system. The garlic, pepper and citric acid attack their respiratory system.
The citric acid will cause acute
environmental stress to moles, causing them to abandon their tunnels and search for a new habitat.
The continuing attack of their
respiratory system leads to causing respiratory distress and ultimately, death.