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Gopher Problem

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Saturday August 2, 2014

Clearlake, CA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: On the so called "gophers don't like" list my Lantana is the latest victim. It/they got 2 of 3. They also got my purple coneflowers, a Chrysanthemum and a Columbine, all "on the list". They also devoured my Alyssum and Petunias and a couple Morning Glories. Everything is going into pots now.


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4. noneinc
2:54 PM GMT on August 07, 2014
Thanks again June.
I have already transplanted almost all susceptible plants. All that's left in the ground is Columbine and a Butterfly Bush. If they get to the B.Bush, I'll dig it up too (It's not very big)
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3. canuckjune
2:28 PM GMT on August 06, 2014
If you can find their holes and put a trap at the very top of it, anchored well, you could probably get rid of them. We have to do that even here in town.
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2. noneinc
2:23 PM GMT on August 06, 2014
Thanks Arlene.
Never had much luck with traps and I don't dare poison them (especially with all the ats around).
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1. canuckjune
3:19 PM GMT on August 05, 2014
They sure can be destructive and you need some traps.
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