How do I keep voles out of my garden?
Remove woodpiles and hiding places for voles from near your garden, shrubs, and trees. Keep your lawn mowed and bushes trimmed up from the ground. Avoid putting dense mulch too close to trees and shrubs. Keep snow cleared from the base of trees and shrubs.
What is a natural way to get rid of voles?
4 Natural Ways to Get Rid of Moles & Voles in the Yard
- Plug in Solar Mole Repellers. Solar mole repellers chase away moles and voles by emitting low-frequency sonic pulses into the ground.
- Set up a Peanut Butter Cage Trap. Get a cage trap that has sensitive triggers and smear peanut butter near the inside end of the trap.
- Remove their Food Sources.
- Get a Black Hole Trap.
How do you kill moles and voles?
Killing moles can be done either by traps or baits. Both scissor-type and harpoon-type traps are available in most garden centers. To use these, locate active runs by tamping down tunnels and then watching to see where the tunnels are raised back up a day or two later.
What do voles hate?
Scientists have found that voles dislike some bulb varieties such as daffodils, Italian arum and grape hyacinths.