Moss can often be found in lawns where drainage is poor; the soil is compacted and low in nutrients. Treatment and moss removal by lawn scarification will be required in most instances.
Moss can be a perennial problem in many lawns. The only way to really eliminate moss from your lawn is to eliminate the conditions conducive to moss growth. Lawn aeration can be the key to effective moss control as it will improve drainage and alter the conditions that moss needs to develop.
The moss control products that Southernlawncare specialists use are specifically designed to help control moss. They may be granular or liquid and may or may not be combined with fertiliser, depending on the time of year and the specific requirements of your lawn. These products are only available to lawn care professionals
Areas of turf that are shaded by buildings or trees are quite problematical but may also respond well if drainage is improved and the shade can be minimised with pruning, etc. southernlawncare want to help you understand your lawn problems and be able to identify specific types of lawn disease before you call on our services. We have developed an explaination of the most common questions relating to Moss and how to treat it:
What is moss?
Moss is something that every lawn will have to deal with at one time or another. Moss will manifest itself as a non flowering plant and will choke out the grasses, as well as starving the grasses of the required nutrients. There are various reasons for the build up of moss in the lawn, but very damp and shaded areas are at most risk.
Common causes for moss
Best time of the year to treat moss