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Gopher Scram Professional is a specially formulated repellent for gophers and contains a mix of castor oil and other natural oils in a granule form that will not harm pets or humans.

Easy to use, just sprinkle over the ground and water in to activate.  

This repellent works by both a strong smell and bad taste to drive the gophers away rapidly.

Gopher Scram Pro is fully biodegradable and contains only natural and organic products.

Safe to use in organic gardens.

Product Details

Active Ingredient: Clove Oil - 1.25% Garlic - 0.13% Linseed Oil - 3% Rosemary Oil - 1.5% Cinnamon Oil - 0.5% Dried Blood - 8% Castor Oil - 13%
Target Pests: Gophers
For Use In: Lawns and Organic Gardens, Landscaped areas, Golf Courses and Grounds
Pet Safe: Yes when used as directed on label
Product Size:

pail (22 lbs)

DAY 1: Step 1: Cover entire area where gopher damage is present.  Application should extend 30 feet around or beyond the infested area (indicated by mounds and plant damage) refer to spreader settings when using rotary spreader. 

Step 2: Apply a second covering by sprinkling liberally within specific beds and plantings where gopher damage is visible.  Also sprinkle liberally a wide band around the beds or plantings affected by gopher damage. 

Step 3: Locate mounds, whether plugged or open.  Shake about 3 oz. (1/8 of a scoop or a small handful) into each mound.  Open plugged mounds to access the tunnels and fill the open mounds with Gopher Scram Professional.  Refill with soil. 

NOTE: Water the affected area where Gopher Scram Pro has been sprinkled or spread for approx. 20 minutes. 

DAY 14: Apply Gopher Scram Professional by repeating Day 1 applications.

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Good Stuff

We have used it for 2 years now. We apply it as redirected and have no more gophers. They moved out of the area. - Anonymous