Questions & Answers
Are there any plants that moss out may harm besides ?
Ornamental plants are said to be avoided on the label. The dye dyes your grass a dark color that doesn't last long. Your grass will be back to its normal green color after some time. Though the product kills ground moss, it does not kill weeds. After I awoke the following day, it was gone.
Are it effective on Rose bushes that are knocked out? A type of moss grows on the stems of the larger trees. ?
For lawn and garden spots, Lilly Miller has a solution It is possible to use an existing flower bed.
Should I wait until after I have planted new grass seed before planting new grass seeds?
Moss dies after a period of time, and bare spots become visible. Your grass is now ready to be planted.
Could anyone tell me if they used a regular lawn mower with a thatching blade (instead of the normal cutting blade) to rake out the blackened moss?
The thatcher on my lawn tractor is a drag behind one. We had no problems with the method, which also loosened up the soil. It was very hard to get rid of moss under my trees in the back yard. I wonder if you have ever used that kind of thatcher? Did it harm the lawn in any way?
Selected User Reviews For Lilly Miller Moss Out for Lawns Ready to Spray 32oz, 1-(Pack)
A big BUT comes with this product
It works, but it has some limitations. What is the point of giving the product only one star if it works? If I were to be fair, I should give it 3 or 4 stars, but when I read product reviews, I tend to stick to the one-star ratings There are some other people who have left 5-star reviews on the website, and I assume that they'll There is to be said that there is something wrong with "Moss Out". I only got satisfactory results with 8 ounces of concentrate to ONE gallon of water when treating tough moss, which I had mixed with thatch. The manufacturer recommends 8 ounces of concentrate to 3 gallons of water, but this is completely ineffective. In the end, I decided not to use this "ready to spray" product with the hose attachment but instead mixed the concentrate it contained with water in my own sprayer (For reasons I won't bore you with here). According to this, and based on my own experience of using the tool as instructed, I can say that- I've attached the garden hose to my watering can- The solution that may work better if you're dealing with moss that is tough is to buy a gallon of concentrate and to mix it yourself with the correct amount of water. I wish I had taken all of those steps in retrospect.
| Feb 24, 2021
This warning applies Using this product with white PVC fencing is not recommended
Use this product only for white PVC fencing and don't use it for a garden fence. I stained all three sides of my rear yard fence with it and even after I used bleach, power washed it, and used an auto detail compound the stains still Since this fence cost me a lot of money, I can't even begin to express my feelings.
| Sep 04, 2020
It was an abject I followed the directions to a tee, but this product didn't According to the instructions, certain surfaces could be stained by this spray It's my fault I damaged our new fence (although the extent to which this product stains was certainly not anticipated
most noticeable circumstance is that the moss in our lawn did not change. It never stains, does not work, and does not smell that bad However, it's quite a disappointment that the staining and the ineffectiveness are both obvious.
| Jul 01, 2021
There's a possibility that heavy patches will have to be torn out
I bought my house in May 2015, but my backyard lawn has suffered severe moss overgrowth since then, so I decided to give Lilly Miller Moss Out Ready to Spray a shot. A heavy plastic wrapper held the mess in until I could inspect it. The bottle had leaked a bit when I received it. This product is true to its claim that it kills moss while you are using it, and it turns blackest in the areas with the most moss (pic The moss was killed, but the rest of the vegetation was left intact. I waited five days after application before removing the dead moss, but a shorter wait would have been appropriate. In my backyard I was able to use a rake to remove small patches, but the thick sheets of moss closest to my house I had to rip out on my hands and knees. As a precaution, I wore a mask and gloves to prevent myself from being blown in the face by the dry moss particles. Pictures 2 and 3 display bare soil after moss has been ripped out. Jonathan Green Heavy Traffic Grass Seed has been sprinkled on top. I had to pull and rake dead moss, disperse seed, rake again in a circular motion, water the seed, and clean up all of that after four hours.
This first treatment worked well on the toughest lawn area. If I mow grass again after applying Moss Out next time, I may finish the job using a second bottle.
| Mar 03, 2021
big issue with moss on the eastern side of my yard and the northern wall near the AC unit, both of which are very shady
In the past, I have scraped it off with a garden hoe. The situation has gotten worse over time. I sprayed the area of the yard and the brick patio where the moss had accumulated and pulled it out of the garage. Use it right away, it's a great product.
| Nov 16, 2020
You simply connect the hose to your garden hose and start using it immediately. The spread of liquid is superior to the spreading of As far as I know, Moss Out is quite effective, but in my experience, you need at least two applications to completely kill off When it comes to removing moss, it's important to physically remove some of it first so that you can have the best results with fewer applications. Rake the ground as if with a rake If you want to scrape some off, you can. Making sure that you do not run out of the moss removal liquid while applying it is vital In the end, you just end up It was frustrating to do that a couple times because it didn't seem to kill the moss at all since the sprayer ran out of liquid and all it was releasing was
Inside the sprayer, the tubing runs straight down -- It's best if you don't run low on liquid in the sprayer when you tilt the sprayer down when spraying, as I do. For refills, it is cheaper to buy the 1 gallon container. The product is a good choice for me.
| Apr 10, 2021
This is what we really think performs the function it is supposed to
Some trees beneath me were covered with moss. In the end, we sprayed the moss killer on a fairly large area, waited a few hours, then went out to see how it was doing. It was actually turning black when it started. I did not do the whole thing, but at least half of it. As we began to rake up the moss, we found it to be quite easy to do. Since I only used half of it, I plan to apply the rest again to eliminate any leftover bacteria. Consequently, I give it a 2 star review since it is doing what it is supposed to do. It does not kill anything else that it was not supposed to. The downside is that it discolors fences, concrete, and paint, then it darkens or tans them.
| Jan 20, 2021
It is a great product, but the shipping was awful
Moss seems to be killed well by this product, which I've used a lot. Among the contents of the package were two containers containing liquid herbicide. In each case, plastic bottles were used to wrap the bottles. There were no other packaging materials in the shipping container, which was significantly larger than the bottles. There was a leak in the box caused by the moving bottles. I had a mess on my hands.
| Aug 03, 2020