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Wednesday, 2 December 2020

Lawn Care: Questions & Answers

Q.  In September I treated the lawn for moss and raked it out, but it is back and worse. What can I do?

A. After treatment, moss should be left for around three weeks to die because raking it can spread the spores. In spring apply calcinated sulphate of iron or lawn sand containing iron sulphate. Scarifying and aerating will help. 





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