Removing tall grass and other debris from property and closing woodchuck burrows are methods used to force woodchucks to relocate. It's necessary to remove debris before attempting to find burrows. More »

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One easy way to get rid of woodchucks is to get a big dog. Another option is to put garlic plants near the woodchuck's entry point. More »

www.reference.com Home & Garden Pest Control Furry Pests

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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Though there are several methods for ridding a landscape of voles, the simplest technique is to remove debris that encourages their presence. A lawn mower, weed trimmer, rake and garbage bags are necessary for this task.... More »

www.reference.com Home & Garden Pest Control Furry Pests

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 »

www.reference.com Home & Garden Pest Control Furry Pests

To control woodchucks, use fencing to enclose gardens and other affected areas, and use fumigants or traps to kill pests causing damage to the property. Close inactive burrows with mesh wire in mid- to late summer after ... More »

www.reference.com Home & Garden Pest Control Furry Pests

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 »