Gophers Wreak Havoc & Cause Safety Issues
Gophers are one of the most destructive animals in the US. They burrow in the ground building extensive networks of tunnels referred to as “gopher towns” in search of food. Not only do they destroy landscape, lawns and wreak havoc on agriculture and farms, they also cause safety hazards.
Gophers feed on gardens, plants, shrubs and trees and can cause considerable damage in a short period of time. They damage plastic water lines and sprinkler systems and their tunnels can divert irrigation water leading to soil erosion.
They can cause extensive damage to concrete structures and foundations, and have even been blamed for a woman’s death in a fatal car crash.
It’s also been discovered that gophers, and other rodents, can transmit diseases through urine and droppings according to Washington State University and other institutions (see study).
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Take back your lawn and enjoy your outdoor living space without chemicals or poisons that can risk your family's health and safety. A single gopher can move over 2 1/2 tons of dirt per year.
Gophers can damage concrete sidewalks, landscaping and create safety issues for customers and tenants. Gophers have even destroyed roads and highways.
Gophers can cause extensive damage and revenue loss to farms and orchards. Their extensive tunnel system can sink trees and kill roots destroying plants and trees.