Get Moles out of Your Garden

Moles like to feed on the grubs, earthworms and other soil critters
that they may find in your garden, and in the process they can
sometimes damage your plants. A repellent mixture of castor oil and
soap usually causes moles to leave an area. Put one-half cup each
of castor oil and dishwashing liquid in a jar, and shake well. Use
this as a concentrate and mix 2 to 3 tablespoons in a gallon of
warm water. Use a watering can to dribble it over the area you want
to protect. A castor oil-based commercial product called Mole-Med
has the same effect. Until you get the animals to feed somewhere
else, make time to visit your garden each morning and step on all
the tunnels around your plants.