Moss in my lawn.

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#1
Hello.
When I got my new house, the lawn was not in great condition. I got a weed and feed solution, which actually made one area of the lawn bald, because it was all weeds.

Now I am left with some nice lawn, some bald lawn which I have re-seeded, and some moss sections. My question is about the best way to kill/remove the moss.

Many thanks.
 

RonsGarden

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#3
Moss loves damp shaded areas and also require acidic soil conditions!
Remove the moss and use lime to raise the ph of the soil!
 
#4
My garden gets lots of sunshine, but thinking about it, where the moss is growing is in the bits shaded by trees. Will try the lime, thanks.
 
#5
Luckily, grass doesn't grow out of itself. It needs other grass to spread, or you can plant grass seeds, which you can buy from the Dryad, whcih you can get by.
 
#6
My front lawn is full of moss, we have put two lots of moss killer on i spent hours making it out but it doesn't seem much better, there is still so much moss in it and now it even looks patchy.
Any tips? Should i put more moss killer on? Put some feed on the lawn? put lawn seed on?
Any help and advice would be great
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#7
If you've been raking the moss away and applying moss killer when you are more than half way there. You just need to add the constant aeration of the lawn with a fork and consider whether its worth buying/hiring a really good scarifier.
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