How to Remove Moss From Your Lawn

We’ve recently carried out some quite extensive work with a client that I thought was well worth sharing. He owns quite a large lawn, around 1 acre in size, and came to us following a year where the weeds wouldn’t stop growing, his moss infestation grew worse and the health of his lawn just declined before his eyes. It’s often at this point that garden owners just can’t...

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Lawn Care Hot Tip: Killing moss while leaving grass unharmed

Now is the time to get control of the moss in your lawn by applying sulphate of iron and urea or amonia via your sprayer or watering can. Once the moss is dead (it goes black over the course of a week or so) give the lawn a good scarifying or use a spring tine rake to remove the debris and allow the grass to fill in the gaps.

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