What are voles good for?
How many voles usually live together?
What animal kills voles?
Scientists have found that voles dislike some bulb varieties such as daffodils, Italian arum and grape hyacinths.
What do voles hate?
Voles are herbivores and can damage plants by gnawing on stems at the base or feeding on root systems. Their tunneling also damages lawns. Voles will chew the bark from around the bases of fruit trees and ornamental woody plants, especially in fall and winter when other food sources are limited.
Also known as field mice, voles usually invade the yard and damage vegetation. They primarily eat plant materials, such as trees bark, bulbs, grasses and bulbs. Voles prefer eating plant materials and generally don’t do well indoors. As such, they rarely enter the house.
Can voles damage your house?
Are voles blind?
In terms of damage done to your garden, voles are the real culprit. Although moles can cause some havoc on your lawn with their tunneling and mounding, they’re insectivores, feeding mostly on earthworms and bugs. Voles, on the other hand, eat plant roots, bulbs and the bark of young trees (especially fruit trees).