We have lost large trees ( redbud and orange) roses, azaleas, artichokes,herbs, all kinds of flowers. The neighbors have lost grass, roses, tomatoes, you name it. The gophers have taken our hill. Our yards are like a springy sponge. That is not a good thing.
Any ideas of how to kill these hairballs? One neighbor suggested dry ice. You put it down the hole and it sucks the oxygen out. Or so a magazine said. Any one tried that?
We have all spent hundreds of dollars replacing plants and trees. And yes as we replace the plants they are wrapped in hardware cloth. Help!
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