Remove Moss From Your Lawn

At first, you may not see in the garden. In fact, it is green. But if you look closely, the shaded part of your lawn has become lint. Moss can look good on rocks and trees, grass, but it means problems. Controlling moss on the grass begins with understanding why moss grows in the first place.

Moss is a plant with shallow roots that is propagated by spores and structures of the root, called rhizoids. It is fun to grow during the gray and damp days of late fall and early spring. Moss is not catching or killing his turf, but fills the spaces in which the turf is too thin. If you do mossy grass problems and fill in the holes, it is a good indication that you have a deeper problem – soil compacting, poor drainage, low soil pH or not enough sunlight.

Moss control, Prevention and Care

Moss checks are most effective when moss grows actively, especially during the cold, moist and fall spring. By application areas should, when the moss grows shorter cut to expose the moss. Landscaping Dahlonega deals carefully with the Moss Control of iron-based products, which also feed on the grass, are very effective in controlling moss. Shortly after treatment, moss turns black and dies.

Moss to prevent his return

Moss control requires more than killing moss on the lawn. The best way to avoid moss back is the underlying reason that moss began to grow, in first place correction.

If lawn areas received less than 3 hours of sunshine a day, cut the branches to get more sunlight to reach the grass. For lawn areas that only 6-8 hours of filtered sunlight or 3-4 hours receive direct sunlight, plant a tolerant grass to shade.

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Dahlonega Landscaping good lawn planting practices help your thick lawns and take moss in the bay. Perform regular and mowing at the highest recommended height for your type of grass to promote deep roots.

Moss grows better than grass on damp, poorly geoengineering soils. Compressed air and contains soils, composted rich material, such as Scotts Turf soil lawn builder in order to improve drainage. Water the lawn only when needed – an inch of water per week will need more lawn.

Moss in other areas of the garden

Moss grows on hard surfaces, especially in the dark and moist areas of the garden. While they can not damage the surface, they can slide patios, stairs, porches and sidewalks. Use a product that is safe on hard surfaces. Through 21 years of experience and dedication CASEY SCAPES have established ourself as the area’s leader in lawn care and landscape design. Lawn Care Dahlonega GA. 770-771-3977

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