Moss

Moss can be a problem area, especially in humid, shady areas. Here are some recommendations to deal with it.

If you have a problem with moss where you don’t want it, you need to take a look at the area where you are having a problem. You may have a drainage problem, or the area might not get enough sunlight to dry out.

Soil may be acidic low soil fertility. Moss is at the opposite spectrum as turf grass – if something is good for your lawn, it is bad for moss.

BigFoot Lawn Tips

  • Watering Tips

    Apply 1.5” of water, per week in early morning. Avoid watering in the afternoon because a large percentage of the water is lost to evaporation. Avoid evening watering because a prolonged drying period can increase fungal disease. Increase watering frequency during hot periods. To maintain a lush lawn during the hot periods of the summer […]

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  • Insects

    Read to learn how to deal with pests in your lawn. If you have a brown spot or spots on your lawn and there is not any obvious reason, you may have a problem with pests in your soil. There are a number of pesticides available to deal with many of these problems. If possible, […]

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