Moss is usually present in lawns in response to other lawn problems such as compaction, waterlogging, bare patches or an ageing lawn. The best solution is to treat the underlying causes allowing moss to thrive
Where moss is present, whatever the cause, it is often advantageous to control and remove it. Moss in lawns is controlled in three main ways;
- a mechanical process of scarification which physically removes the moss from the lawn with or without additional aeration which reduces compaction and gets nutrients into the lawns root zone
- a lawn treatment process to control the moss - it blackens and shrinks and can then be removed more easily or left to decompose over time
- getting the lawns nutrition right with granular and liquid feed and fertilizer products during the year.
GreenHeart's Essential Annual Programme attends to all these three control methods on your behalf. Or if you just want us to take a look at your moss problem and make some recommendations then book a free Lawn Health Check For more on moss read our blog here.
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Additional GreenHeart Treatments
Removing the thatch material between the base of the plants and the root zone to improve the health of the lawn.