Moss Control in North Leeds

Moss is a serious threat to Leeds lawns because it will swamp the grass if left untreated. The result is brown patches in the summer, and soggy patches in the winter. To prevent this, the moss must first be killed then removed by scarifying to allow the grass to thrive.

Moss will thrive in:

  • Damp conditions
  • Poorly drained lawns
  • Compacted soil
  • Shaded area
  • Soil with low nutrient levels
  • Lawns where the grass is cut too short

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Contact Name: John Maddison
Telephone:0113 8942729 / 07912 644899
Email Address: j.maddison@lawnkeeper.co.uk

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