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Lawn Moss Control

Most people do not realize that moss can grow on grass, as well as cement, until their lawns are filled with mossy growth. Whereas weeds thrive in sunlit areas of your lawn, moss thrives in shady areas that aren’t in direct sunlight. Moss can flourish for many reasons including poor lawn drainage, soil compaction, poor ground fertility, and improper mowing practices. Contrary to popular opinion, moss doesn’t kill the grass, so there is no lasting damage to your lawn. However, moss does reduce your lawn’s beauty and eye-appeal. To rid you of this nuisance, we first apply a product consisting of mostly granular iron. After this is done, consistent mowing, routine watering and fertilizing, and also aerating will keep lawn moss at bay. Aerating the soil refers to a method that professionals use to loosen the soil and discourage moss growth. Many people know that moss grows on cement so it isn’t surprising that it would grow on compact soil as well. The steps you can take to ensure that your lawn is full and thick, and keeping the moss at bay is to:

  • Mow your lawn weekly
  • Water in the summer months
  • Apply fertilizer every two months
  • Aerate your lawn at least once per year

Whatcom Lawns will eliminate this eyesore from your lawn, giving you a great looking lawn once again!

Why You Should Choose Us

Whatcom Lawns, located in Bellingham WA, has been offering the residents of Bellingham, and other parts of Whatcom County, excellent lawn service for nearly two years! We are professionals with the experience and tools to tackle any job, no matter how tough! We won’t leave you with rust residue all over your lawn when we apply our moss treatments, but will leave you with only the smell of grass – nothing more! Our customers have recommended us to others, and trusted for over a decade, because they know that we work in a timely and efficient manner. There is no job too hard for us, only challenges that we will overcome. Contact us today and learn why our customer base in Bellingham, and other parts of Whatcom County, continue to grow month after month!