One home remedy to get rid of groundhogs, also known as woodchucks, is to plant a line of garlic near where the groundhog enters the garden. Alternatively, sprinkle blood meal or talcum powder around the perimeter of the... More »

To get rid of earwigs, the University of California Integrated Pest Management Program (UC IPM) recommends placing traps, applying sanitary measures and using chemical control. Indoors, earwigs can be vacuumed or swept u... More »

To get rid of fleas with an easy home remedy, sprinkle boric acid on upholstery and carpets. Using a soft brush, work the powder into the surfaces. After a day or two, vacuum all the surfaces, then continue to vacuum reg... More »

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Groundhogs, also called woodchucks, are expert diggers that can cause a number of problems for homeowners. To remove them, set up large cage traps in the shade, close to their burrows, purchase groundhog repellents or bu... More »

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Common methods for controlling groundhogs include installing fences, sprinkling blood meal around the garden, planting garlic and getting a large dog. Gardeners can also trap groundhogs and set them free somewhere else. More »

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Getting rid of groundhogs effectively involves frightening groundhogs away from the homeowner's garden with motion devices; this discourages groundhogs by using repellent smells or tastes and fencing groundhogs out of th... More »

Some ways to eliminate groundhogs from a property include bringing a large dog on to the property, planting a line of garlic around any groundhog tunnel entrances and getting rid of any places where groundhogs might nest... More »

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