Items Tagged with 'voles'


Control Slugs & Voles

Slugs and voles are becoming major problems on some farms. Mowing a cover crop down to 8 inches or planting species that 50% winter kill helps reduce pest populations. Read more in this article from the Crescent News.
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Watch for Voles

Farmers are reporting crop damage from voles (field mice). Oval bare patches and burrows in soybeans or wheat fields indicate voles are present. Read more in this articles from the Delphos Herald (Delphos, OH).
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Controlling Voles in Cover Crops

Voles or field mice populations are increasing due to a mild winter. They predominate in no-till and/or cover crop fields but are also common in tilled fields. Read more in this article from the Delphos Herald (Delphos, Ohio).
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