Moss – It is everywhere

The Autumn of 2019 was the wettest in 100 years, February of 2020 has been the wettest on record, Winter has been mild – Have we even had a Winter?

Unfortunately this is bad news for your lawn,  resulting flooding and damage to the grass root system and this is all on the back of our dry Summer. If grass begins to suffer it allows invaders in, Spring / Summer weeds – Autumn and Winter – moss.

Moss, if left untreated will spread, it will suffocate your lawn, resulting in the lawn dying off, not good news at all and will systematically undo all the hard work put in over the previous yearts and seasons.

The ONLY way to treat the moss is to apply a moss control, an iron based control is our preferred method, followed by raking or scarification

If you would like a free, no obligation quotation, please fill out the contact form below.

Some lawns are likely to require seeding once the scarification has been completed, it all depends upon the extent of moss (or thatch) present in a lawn, but we would advise accrodingly.

We also treat hard surfaces such as patios and driveways with a moss control. This is a completely different type of control which removes the damage caused from jet washing. If you would like to learn more please specify in the comment below.

 

 

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