Will Grass Grow Where Moss Has Grown?

Answer Lawn moss takes advantage of lawns that have low pH ranges. Moss prefers to grow in a pH range between 5.0 to 5.5, according to Rutgers University. Grass needs a pH range between 6.0 to 7.0. Theref... Read More »

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How to Remove & Kill Moss on a Grass Lawn?

While moss may look serene in a forest or on a rocky outcrop, most homeowners do not want it in their yard. Removing moss from a grass lawn is easier than removing other types of weeds, since grass... Read More »

Will putting hay over freshly planted grass help hold moisture and still let enough sun in for grass to grow?

Hay spread thinly will help, but your best bet is straw. It is not as heavy and also won't hold seeds from left over weeds like hay does.

How to Grow Moss?

Mosses are plants that develop from spores rather than seeds. They thrive naturally in most temperate areas around the world. Though they develop in moist soil, mosses can grow on any hard surface,... Read More »

How do I grow hair cap moss?

PreparationClear any debris from the planting site. Rake leaves and pull weeds. Remove any old mulch. Don't cultivate the soil.PlantingRemove the hair cap moss from its packaging or nursery contain... Read More »