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There are many, many different types of castor oil. There is a type
of castor oil for soaps, another for sealants, another you may have taken
internally, another for pharmaceuticals, just to name a few. Don't waste
your time, money and energy with these types of Castor Oil, they will
not work. We formulate a particular type of scented castor oil that is
specifically repulsive to lawn moles. The scent, texture and composition
of our oil makes these unwelcome critters want to vacate your premises as fast as
they can, and that's good news for you. Added bonus: Our customers report
that our castor oil is also effective in chasing armadillos, voles, and
gophers! And it's 100% natural and safe for your lawn, garden and pets! No need to mix or add ingredients.
When using a garden hose and sprayer, the Gallon size treats up to 20,000 square feet. One Quart treats up to 5,000 sq. feet. Best to buy a sufficient supply for re-application. The formula should be applied 2 times per month then apply as needed for maintence. New 5 Gallon size available!
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Bruce: You had mentioned you had great success with our Lawn Mole Castor Oil
Bruce: Is this a sprinkler system installed in your home lawn?
Bruce: I see,
so you have this hose hooked up to a pipe that sucks air in...
a 50/50 of the Baar Lawn Mole Castor Oil with the dish detergent. I have
a cup and I'll use 8 oz oil vs. 8 oz of dish detergent and put it together
and stir it with a stick before I even add water to it, and then I add
water to it cause I want it a little thinner, and then I'll just add that
to about 5 gallons and broadcast to about 4 areas and then I'll need to
do another mixture. If I have any mixture leftover Ill put it one of those
pump up sprayers and if we have areas that the sprinkler system could
not get to or areas that are more persistent, like the fences, the squirrels
like to run the fence and I figure that's their mode of transportation
from one place to another, so I spray to fence post and they don't even
run that one any more.
Bruce: How did you hook it up in the very beginning? With your inground sprinkler, is there something common where there is an air inlet that the average person could hook up?
Mr. Harper: Yes, the air inlet pipe that comes out on the water side of the pump. What we did was drill a 1/4 inch hole and then took a 1/4 tap and tapped it in and then got a plastic pipe with thread that matches the threads on the tap, screwed it in with PVC pipe glue making sure that nothing is in the way of the hole. Then we got clear hose and ran it from there to the bucket with the Baar lawn mole mixture in it. You can also regulate the flow if you add a nozzle to it. We added a nozzle and now we can regulate how much of the mixture we want going to each area of the lawn from our small bucket. If you want more in one area then dial it up, depends on what you want.
Bruce: You have your own well water. Would this be the same for someone who has city sewer and water connected to their underground sprinkler system?
Mr. Harper: It can happen. All you would need is the city people to come out and show you where the inlet line goes in. You can't tap into that inlet line but they can attach a pipe to it and attach an air let line into their own pipe.
Bruce: Can the average homeowner do this themselves?
Mr. Harper: Oh, gosh yes, it only cost about 3 dollars worth of parts and that included the PVC glue and I got the pressure gas hose with little whites lines running through it, when my wife went to store first time she got regular gas lines, but it was regular gas hose without any pressurization and our pump pumped to much and sucked those lines closed. The regular gas line is a lot cheaper, than the other, but we got 10 feet of the other and we have not have had that problem since. I wanted the clear so I could see the material as it moves through the lines and make sure there is not obstruction.
Bruce: That's great, that's a neat idea, to be able to see the lines.
Mr. Harper: I don't mind if people write me and ask me, they can send an e-mail, you should have my e-mail, you can put that out, if they have questions I will try to answer them, at least I get to know them better maybe I'll call them direct, if I can help them directly I'd be happy to do that.
Bruce: All right.
Mr. Harper: ... I looked up the University of Georgia section of pesticides to be well informed and looked up different things to get rid of squirrels that would not kill them. I have 3 grandchildren and didn't want them to come see grandpa and have a bunch of dead squirrels in the yard.
Bruce: Plus you don't want your kids to end up with a rash or something from your lawn.
Mr. Harper: Yep, and I have a Basset hound that I love immensely. Our dog has a tendency to run out the doggie door and run right into one of the sprinklers.
Bruce: It's safe for the animals.
Mr. Harper: I've seen him with the water running over him with the castor oil, and I yell, Big Red get out of there and all we do is take a blanket to him, we don't give him a bath or anything like that, and he has never been hurt, his coat actually looks better. I'm sure it's the Baar Castor Oil.
Bruce: The oil is not harmful and even beneficial as long as it's not to thick or greasy. How about the squirrels on the fences?
Mr. Harper: There are none anymore.
Bruce: So, if you use it, are they gone for 3 weeks or so?
Mr. Harper: The first time, my wife noticed a squirrel on the fence; it was about three weeks and that was a red flag for me, knowing that the material is probably being soaked out or whatever. And so that means we need to do this again, then it was about five weeks and then we started seeing squirrels again, only one or two, not masses of them or anything. Before we started this process we would have a freight train of squirrels going around the house on the fence and getting up on the roof and sky windows, they weren't doing any harm, but they weren't making things peaceful either, my big concern was the yard. Now we are up to 7 to 8 weeks, that we are applying, it looks like 10 weeks will probably be our mark. Once we get settled in with it.
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