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Old 02-27-2011, 10:57 AM
 
Location: The place where the road & the sky collide
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This is not correct. If he just put down pre-emergent the seed will not germinate.

Stripes, since you already put out pre-emergent, you will need to wait until the fall to seed.
He said If he put it down. He didn't say I put down pre-emergent. I advised not putting down the pre-emergent, since the grass seed won't germinate. I told him to go with the weed spray after the new grass is established. What's wrong with that?
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Old 02-28-2011, 12:25 AM
 
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VERY Interesting. From NC State University: "All moles are classified as wild, nongame animals under North Carolina laws. No hunting or trapping seasons are set up for these animals, and they are subject to all applicable state laws and regulations. This means you can not kill a mole without requesting and receiving a permit from the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission. The reason is that several species of moles are becoming dangerously low in numbers, so the NCWRC moved to protect all mole species."

Wildlife Damage Control Agents (WDCA) can issue these permits. They cost you NOTHING! They're FREE! I know because I am a WDCA. But the people that you mentioned can't!!! Very interesting!

Did you get a permit for mole control? It would have been a white copy that you would have had to sign and keep. It would have the words, "North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission" in bold letters on the top of the permit, and there would have been a yellow and a blue copy (in addition to the white copy) that would be retained by the Damage Control Agent issuing the permit.

All the North Carolina Wildlife Damage Control Agents are listed here (simply scroll to your county and click on it): https://www.ncwildlife.org/Nuisance_...ntact_WDCA.htm

(I added the bold type. The wording was there already and I didn't change that.)

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I might add that I had Killingsworth come in and take care of a mole problem in the yard! Never knew that moles were a protected species down here in NC.

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Old 03-01-2011, 09:57 AM
 
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VERY Interesting. From NC State University: "All moles are classified as wild, nongame animals under North Carolina laws. No hunting or trapping seasons are set up for these animals, and they are subject to all applicable state laws and regulations. This means you can not kill a mole without requesting and receiving a permit from the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission. The reason is that several species of moles are becoming dangerously low in numbers, so the NCWRC moved to protect all mole species."

Wildlife Damage Control Agents (WDCA) can issue these permits. They cost you NOTHING! They're FREE! I know because I am a WDCA. But the people that you mentioned can't!!! Very interesting!

Did you get a permit for mole control? It would have been a white copy that you would have had to sign and keep. It would have the words, "North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission" in bold letters on the top of the permit, and there would have been a yellow and a blue copy (in addition to the white copy) that would be retained by the Damage Control Agent issuing the permit.

All the North Carolina Wildlife Damage Control Agents are listed here (simply scroll to your county and click on it): https://www.ncwildlife.org/Nuisance_...ntact_WDCA.htm

(I added the bold type. The wording was there already and I didn't change that.)
Good info. Looks like World Class Service is really just World Class Marketing!
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Old 03-04-2011, 06:39 AM
 
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Guess we'll never know in this circumstance since no comment has been made about whether a permit was issued or not.

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Good info. Looks like World Class Service is really just World Class Marketing!
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