Gels that contain warfarin and worm-shaped baits that contain bromethalin are good options to treat a mole infestation, and strychnine-treated baits kill moles in a single feeding. Grain and pellet-style poisons are not considered as effective as other options, as moles do not typically consume grains.
Inject gels that contain poison into the mole's tunnel using the provided applicator, or drop worm-shaped baits into the mole's tunnels. Replace the chosen product consistently for one week or until the moles are no longer present. To increase the effectiveness of the poison, place it in active tunnels, and use the amount of bait recommended on the product packaging.