Sweeney’s® S9012-1 Mole & Gopher Sonic Spike™, Treats Up To 7500 SqFt
Safely send moles and gophers scurrying from your yard without the use of chemicals or poisons. When placed in the ground and activated, sonic pulses penetrate the soil, emitting a sound which is highly irritating to moles and gophers who are virtually blind and extremely sensitive to sound and vibrations. Climate permitting, leave Spike in the ground to repel new generations of pests.
Easy- to- use, the Spike is designed with a convenient removable battery sleeve for trouble-free battery replacement. Spikes will work for 4 – 6 months on one set of alkaline batteries. Spike must be used continuously for 7-14 days before ground rodents start to move away from the area.
Be sure to insert the Spike into the soil so that the cap is flush with the ground to avoid t ripping hazards and the chance of hitting it with a lawnmower. Effectiveness depends largely upon soil type: dry, sandy or peat soil does not conduct the sonic waves easily. Moist clay is the best conductor of sound.
- Moles and gophers are chased away unhyarmed
- Easy-to-use removable battery chamber
- Will not harm pets
- Spike covers up to 7,500 sq. ft.
- Sonic pulse emitted every 30 seconds
- Spike operates in a circular pattern, approximately 95' in diameter
- Mow over design - bury flush with the ground
- Requires 3 "D" batteries (not included)
Easy Application Tips:
- STEP 1-To open, unscrew YELLOW cap counter-clockwise
- STEP 2-Remove battery cartridge and insert 3 "D" cell batteries. Re-insert the battery cartridge into the Spike. If battery installation is correct, you will hear the first vibrating sound within 15 seconds
- STEP 3-Tighten the cap securely to keep moisture out
- STEP 4-Use a wooden or steel rod to make pilot holes prior to inserting the Mole & Gopher Sonic Spikes. To prevent damage, do not hammer the Spike into the ground
- STEP 5-Insert Spike until the bottom of the cap begins touching the ground
- STEP 6-Insert Spike all the way into the ground. This will prevent the chance of hitting it with a lawnmower. Be certain to insert the Spike so that the cap is flush with the ground. If it protrudes an inch or two it could be a tripping hazard. Remember whrere the Spike is located so it may be removed for battery replacement.
- STEP 7-Remove Sonic Spike when flooding may occur or before ground freezes.