Answer: Moss typically grows in areas where lawn grass will not thrive. Moss will appear in certain areas for a variety of reasons including excessively acidic soil, and/or low fertility, poor drainage, compacted soil, deep shade, and so on. In order to effectively stop the moss, you must adjust the conditions so they are no longer amenable to it. For this reason, using moss killer is usually only a temporary fix. Whether the moss is appearing in your lawn or elsewhere, you may find the following information helpful in evaluating your situation.
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