Regrettably due to unprecedented demand we have taken the difficult decision to suspend new orders for some products for a short period of time until we have caught up on our existing orders.
The Scatter Granules are easy to use and not harmful to your lawn, plants, animals and children. Simply scatter granules over and around the area with the most mole activity.
After application, we advise that you lightly water the area to speed up the release of the material and penetration into the soil. When the application is finished, mole activity may initially increase as they leave the treated area.
The treatment should be repeated when new diggings or mole hills are evident. For optimised use, we recommend to use the product in spring, summer, or autumn.
Width: 8cm (3.1")Length: 9cm (3.5")Height: 24cm (9.4")
"This product does what it says 100 percent"
Reviewed Thursday, 21 February 2019
"The moles enjoyed it......."
Reviewed Sunday, 11 November 2018
"Its very difficult to understand the impact of this product. I still have moles in the garden, whether this has slowed down the "invasion" is hard to prove."
Reviewed Monday, 8 October 2018
"Wasn't convinced it would do the trick without buying vast quantities....had to get a mole catcher in to sort the problem out"
Reviewed Tuesday, 7 August 2018
"No luck so far with this product the moles are still there but its early days yet."
Reviewed Wednesday, 25 October 2017
"Was a good back up to the Solar Repeller."
Reviewed Wednesday, 18 October 2017
"Good product,but I am being outflanked by the moles at present,need to find an alternative method of daling with them"
Reviewed Sunday, 17 September 2017
"My mole has not moved out from my garden!! So these granules have not worked!"
Reviewed Tuesday, 12 September 2017
"Shocking waste of packaging. 450g of product in a container capable of holding 1kg.
From 6 packs I emptied the contents of 3 in to the other 3 and disposed of three containers. What a waste and of course the customer pays."
Reviewed Tuesday, 24 January 2017
"Not used yet"
Reviewed Wednesday, 28 December 2016