By Sean James
People often worry about controlling moss on their lawn. If the moss is green in colour and appears in a moist, shady area, it shouldn’t be controlled at all. While people assume the moss is ‘outgrowing’ the turf, it is actually growing where turf won’t grow.
Being able to grow something green in a spot where grass will never actually grow is not a problem that needs to be addressed. In fact, it’s not a problem at all! Just because there’s a chemical on the market that can control moss, doesn’t mean that you have to use it!
This article is part 4 of 8 from our blog series “Keeping it Green: Beautiful turf can be sustainable, too“.