Thursday, June 21, 2012
Solve Your Pest Problem with the Rascal Eradicator
A nice lawn, pasture, park, or garden is a beautiful thing. When you have worked hard to create and preserve a beautiful landscape, it can be disheartening to see that work destroyed. When pests come into your space and tear it up, it is time to fight back. In the past, getting rid of ground pests was an expensive and dangerous thing. With the new Rascal Eradicator, you can leave all of the negative and dangerous side effects of traditional pest management behind and take care of those annoying pests the responsible way.
Traditional Methods Can Be Dangerous
If you have a pest problem, then you know that it needs to be taken care of. It’s not fun, but they need to go or they will destroy your property. If you use the traditional methods, you will incur extra risk and danger in the process. The traditional ways of dealing with ground hogs, gophers, and other subterranean pests has been to shoot them, eliminate them with explosives, or poison them with poison grain. The problems with these methods are many. Unless you live in the country, shooting the pests may be out of the question. You don’t need to have a ricochet hitting someone else’s property or scaring them, and unless the pests show themselves when you are ready, you won’t be able to eliminate them. The use of explosives is obviously a dangerous game. In addition, if you use poisoned grain, you run the risk of other animals eating the poison and dying from it.
A New Era in Pest Eradication
There are many ways that the pests used to be taken care of. As stated above, there are also many risks and dangers associated with those old methods. The Rascal Eradicator is the new standard in groundhog management. It is safe, efficient, and effective. It works by filling the burrow chambers with carbon monoxide exhaust fumes. It takes about five to seven minutes per burrow, and has two ports so that you can work on two at a time. It is also very portable and easy to move, and it folds down so that you can store it easily.
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