Rascal Eradicator Manages Burrowing Pests

Rascal Eradicator Manages Burrowing Pests

The product features two heavy-duty hoses and is wheel-based for easy maneuverability, the manufacturer reports.

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FORT LUPTON, Colo. — The Rascal Eradicator can be used by pest management professionals to eliminate prairie dogs, gophers, moles and other burrowing pests. According to manufacturer Underground Pest Control Systems, EPA-approved Rascal Eradicator is designed to easily maneuver on properties, and other features include: Wheeled base with high clearance; two heavy duty hoses that allow the user to cut work time in half; hose hanger to allow for ease in transport and storage. The Rascal Eradicator works by users placing one aircraft-grade aluminum nozzles into the hole, covering the hole with dirt, setting a timer, then repeating those steps at the next hole. Users then start the unit with a pull chord.

“PCOs like how easy it is to use, how easy the large red wagon-sized cart moves in fields and neighborhoods (at ATV hitch is available), its double hose efficiency, simplicity and the very high first-time completion rate,” said Bill Enderson, general manager, Underground Pest Control Systems. Enderson added that the Rascal Eradicator can be in locations such as pastures, alfafa and hay fields, golf courses, private homes, estates, nursing homes, schools greenways, city and county governments.