Tunnel Fill and Tunnel Plug Combo
One Tunnel Fill tube fills up to 50 ln ft of Gopher Tunnels after water is added!
Fill 18 entrance/exit holes with the Tunnel Plug tube!
Tunnel Fill can be used with any burrow including gophers, moles, squirrels, ground hogs, woodchucks, voles, skunks, badgers, rabbits, and more!
Prevent landscape or yard damage by filling otherwise empty tunnels! Add water and watch Tunnel Fill expand and turn into an applesauce consistency. Tunnel Fill uses natural spices to deter rodents from coming back!
No special license required for using Tunnel Fill, it is biodegradable, non-toxic, family and pet safe!
How to use Tunnel Fill:
Find the rodent's burrow and pour a handful of Tunnel Fill wafers down the hole. Use your hose to flush water down starting on high pressure for one minute then medium pressure for two minutes. Go to the other end of the tunnel and repeat. Tunnel Fill will expand to completely fill a tunnel as it absorbs the water. Please wait after you add water for the product to fully expand!
Tunnel Fill has an applesauce consistency and should not be above the ground. Seal all gopher holes with a Wonder Soil Tunnel Plug!
Tunnel Plug Instructions:
1. Place the wafer on the entrance hole or in a container.
2. Slowly add water and mix well.
3. Plant directly on top of the tunnel plug!
Ingredients: Coco coir, worm castings, mycorrhizae, kelp, humus, potassium polyacrylate polymers
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I applied one combo pack to a system of rat burrows over 100 sq feet. That night, we watched a few escapees return to try to get back in... with no luck. We've been fighting this for months with poison and traps with little success. I'm optimistic we turned a corner now that there's no where for them to live. And it's way cheaper than an exterminator!
This doesn’t go anywhere near as far as I was hoping it would and thus it is VERY expensive. It does seem to work though. I had a small hole near a gate that I tested on. It took about a half a canister plus two plugs to fill but the squirrels didn’t dig it back up the next day. So the only problem is that I have major caverns to fill throughout my yard and I will probably need a prohibitive amount of tunnel fill to do it.