Bleach does kill moss. However, bleach kills other plants, such as grass and flowers, and can discolor pavement. Bleach diluted in water is less likely to kill surrounding plants or discolor pavement. More »

Remove moss from a roof using a brush to scrub it away. Then, follow with a bleach and water spray treatment on the roof to kill any remaining moss or algae, and add a 6-inch copper strip under the top row of shingles, t... More » Home & Garden Home Maintenance

Potassium salt from fatty acids is known to kill different types of moss, according to Garden Guides. Zinc is another moss killer, and it comes in different forms such as zinc-copper sulfate and zinc chloride. One partic... More » Science Chemistry Organic Chemistry
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Flame moss grows at a rate of one-fifth of an inch per week. It reaches lengths of about 2 to 6 inches. It is a good choice for covering joins and equipment in an aquarium and also provides good cover for fry. More »

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To care for potted roses in the winter, stop fertilizing and deadheading six weeks before winter, put the plants indoors, add moss to the container, tie a trash bag around the containers, and prune the roses. Winter care... More »