Is Clover And Moss In Your Lawn?
Having Clover and Moss in your lawn both tend to be linked to another problem affecting the lawn,which more often than not is related to the soil’s health.Whereas the pH of the soil is low and suppressing the grass, allowing the moss to get a hold.
As for a solution to this problem,it would be helpful if gardeners ‘Scarify’.After that maybe around Spring,make an application of Lawn Sand followed by a second lighter Scarification.
With the Clover,the only effective treatment is the application of a lawn weed killer called ‘Verdone’ in the months of May and June.
As a long term solution, have a look at the soil’s pH, as your soil may need a treatment of lime to slightly raise the pH of the soil.
You can get a Soil Testing Kit from a Garden centre or our Soil Testing Service.
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