Unfortunately, if your lawn is prone to moss it will only get worse to the point where you have little or no grass left. You are, therefore, going to have to  help the grass and if you're smart it can be easier than you think!

  • The Causes of Moss in Lawns
    Lawn Moss Control & Removal

    The Causes of Moss in Lawns

    Though shade and weather can cause a moss invasion poor lawn care practices and mowing causes more moss than anything else

  • Moss Prevention
    Lawn Moss Control & Removal

    Moss Prevention

    Removing and getting rid of moss in the lawn can be hard work so start by maintaining healthy grass with good maintenance practices

  • Moss Control
    Lawn Moss Control & Removal

    Moss Control

    Shade, clay soil and poor drainage all help moss grow in the lawn so try a few natural control techniques to get more grass and less moss

  • Moss Killer for Lawns
    Lawn Moss Control & Removal

    Moss Killer for Lawns

    Iron or ferrous sulphate is the main moss killing compound and can be successfully used to slow moss growth and kill moss when removing it from the lawn

  • What is Ferrous Sulphate?
    Lawn Moss Control & Removal

    What is Ferrous Sulphate?

    Ferrous or iron sulphate as a soluble product or mixed with sand to make lawn sand kills moss and also greens the lawn brilliantly

  • Moss Removal
    Lawn Moss Control & Removal

    Moss Removal

    To get rid of moss in the lawn start by spraying a ferrous sulphate based moss killer then remove the dead moss by raking

  • What to do After Getting Rid of Moss
    Lawn Moss Control & Removal

    What to do After Getting Rid of Moss

    After you've raked and removed the moss the lawn may be thin and bare so speed recovery and bring the lawn into use sooner by over seeding and fertilising

  • Sprayers for Liquid Moss Killer
    Lawn Moss Control & Removal

    Sprayers for Liquid Moss Killer

    Using the correct spray equipment will improve controlling and killing moss in the lawn whilst saving you time and effort