Goodbye Weeds, Gophers, and Sprinkler Repairs

Theodora  & Tom Morse

Theodora & Tom Morse

For the last quite a few months Larry Sasscer and I have been corresponding directly with PRNS to address the gopher, irrigation and weed issues for TJ Martin Park. Although the contractor has caught well over 100 gophers the last two months, I think he is far outnumbered by the “furry” creatures. We have recommended using the Rodenator or a carbon monoxide generator but PRNS doesn’t want to use them. July starts the new fiscal year and PRNS has to determine what funds they will have available in the coming months. Although park employees Louie and Joyce have other parks to take care off,  they have really stepped up the irrigation, sprinkler repairs, trimming trees and eradication of the weeds. The park is looking a lot better.

On another note, we are selling our home and have purchased a home at The Villages, which is the +55 gated community located in the Evergreen area. We have lived here for 35 years and have some very fond memories, which we will always cherish.

Regards,

Tom Morse

Tom Morse

2 responses to this post.

  1. pLEASE LEAVE THE LITTE CRITTERS TO THEIR LIVES, THEY ARE ALSO TRAVELERS ON THIS PLANET WE ALL CALL HOME. CARBON MONOXIDE IS A VERY PAIONFUL DEATH FOR LITTLE FURRYS, AND THE RODENATOR IS A HORRIBLE WAY TO GO. THERE ARE ENOUGH FOXZES, HAWKS, OWLS, COYOTES , STRAY CATS IN THE AREA TO KEEP THE PROBLEM CONTROLLED.

    PLEASE SHARE THE EARTH AND TEACH THE UPCOMING GENERATIONS TO ALSO DO SO. GOOD LUCK IN THE VILLAGES ITS A BEAUTIFUL PLACE.

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    • Also have you ever seen a Rodenator work??? Talk about land descruction. It literally blows up the land.

      Go get some Mole stakes at Home Deport. they will work on Gophers, probably drive them right into adjacent home yards. They are better off in the park and you will never actually be rid of them anyway. The more you kill the more they will breed to replenish the species, they will have more litters and bigger litters.

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