What happens during the winter treatment?
Winter really is a trying time for your lawn. The grass plant’s growth slows down to almost a standstill while moss thrives in its attempt to take over your lawn.
To help your lawn, we spray a soluble application of moss control on it, alongside additional nutrients that will help keep that moss under control and make your lawn look as green as possible.
This treatment is best applied during the cooler autumn and winter months. It can be carried out in heavy rain as the solution will not be diluted in any way. The contents of the application are carried through the thatch and moss layers by water, so you’ll see better results following any rainfall or heavy morning dew.
What can I expect from this treatment?
Should I rake the dead moss out?
Moss grows by anchoring itself into thatch. Thatch is made up of many things including dead moss. To help reduce the amount of future moss growth, we would recommend raking or scarifying the dead moss out. You should also consider aerating as part of your annual treatment plan. Ideally, this sort of work should only be carried out between September and April.
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Will this treatment eradicate moss from my lawn?
Can I cut my lawn after this treatment?
Yes, but please allow 24 hours for the treatment to completely soak through to the soil.
Can I walk on my lawn after this treatment?
Yes, but please allow 24 hours before walking on your lawn. This treatment may cause stains if transferred off the lawn and onto paving stones or carpet.
Is this treatment safe for pets and children?
Yes. All of our treatments are safe for pets and children. We only ask that you refrain from using the lawn for 24 hours after this treatment is carried out to prevent staining pet fur or children’s clothing.
Will this treatment kill the weeds in my lawn?
No. Although this treatment may cause some weeds to die back, it will not have any effect on most weeds. Green Man Lawn Care only apply safe and professional weed-control treatments which require the air and soil temperatures to be above a certain temperature. Therefore, we do not carry out any form of weed-control treatment during the autumn or winter period.