How to Grow Grass where Moss is Present?

by Alex on 1 June 2015

mechWhen section of your lawn are being overtaken by moss, it usually means the soil fertility is low, the pH is low, and the overall environment is damp and cool.
To replace moss with grass you need to do only one thing:
Change conditions sufficiently so that moss is discouraged from growing and grass is encouraged, but this will include raising pH level, adding fertiliser, improving air circulation and light penetration, removing thatch if present and raking out the moss.
Is this too much for you? Call your local Weedman for help! We will exanimate the site for you for FREE and decide which of the above steps are required.

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