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What is Moss? It is a small plant that likes to grow in thin and bare areas. Ideal conditions for moss are not ideal for growing grass and the spore-producing plant can quickly take over a lawn. Luckily, it will not kill the existing grass it merely spreads where the grass is not, which however, prevents new grass from spreading into these areas.

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The fact that moss is taking over a lawn is a signal that grass does not have the conditions it needs to grow. Wherever the grass has thinned, moss will move in. Let the Sun Shine In. In general, grasses are sun-loving plants. To encourage healthy growth, most lawn grasses need at least 4 hours of direct sun a day.

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Lawn care professionals often recommend ferrous sulfate to clear moss quickly and effectively, providing a safe and sustainable way to bid farewell to your biggest garden headache. Also known as Iron (II) sulfate, ferrous sulfate is a water-soluble fungicide and herbicide that can positively change the pH levels of soil to promote healthy ...

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Moss is a plant that can grow in conditions that other plants, including grasses, can’t endure. It is not a very aggressive or competitive plant, especially when compared to grass. Nature seems to use it more as a filler, for thin or bare soils. So, when you ask the question “Why is there moss in my lawn?“, the simple and correct answer is “ because you have conditions that are making ...

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As can be seen from the above, moss can grow in your lawn in quite a wide variety of conditions. The more suitable the conditions however, does not always mean more moss because lawn care practices can have the greater influence. A lawn scalped once a month with dull blades may well have moss even if it’s in a sunny dry location!

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To grow moss in your lawn, all that is required is insufficient sunlight, low soil fertility, compacted soil, dampness, low pH, usually in a combination of two or more of the above. Achieve all those conditions in a single patch of yard and I say to hell with growing grass, set up a Zen garden.

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While mosses will grow in well drained soils, they grow better in wet soil than some grasses do. Improving drainage of the soil may help. Introducing grasses tolerant to wet soils will also help out-compete moss. Soil compaction, another condition which promotes moss, prevents internal drainage of the soil.

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Lawn care. Moss in a lawn indicates that there is an underlying problem with the lawn, and unless this is fixed, the moss will return. The best way to discourage moss from coming back is to get the grass growing vigorously.

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Though moss in your yard doesn’t kill your grass, it can take over spots where you’d like your grass to flourish. Moss thrives in damp, shady areas and tends to grow where grass has not or ...

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If your lawn uses sand or clay, one of your primary problems would be the drainage. To help deep root growth, which is necessary for healthy grass, proper drainage is required. Putting peat moss on your lawn can help improve the drainage and soil texture. Peat moss also helps improve the lawn filtration and prevents runoff, especially if the ...