Natural moss remover and feeder. Kills moss with no blackening and no staining. The addition of friendly bacteria digests moss and thatch and converts into organic lawn feed.
No black moss and no staining
No need for raking
Feeds and greens for 3 months
Safe for children, pets and wildlife
It kills moss with no blackening and no staining. The addition of the dual action bacteria, digests moss and thatch and converts in into organic lawn feed. Westland Moss Master is also safe for children, pets and wildlife.
After 7 days the lawn will become greener, dead moss will appear 2-3 weeks after application. There’s no need to rake dead moss as this will be broken down into organic matter.
When to use
Apply when the grass is actively growing from March to September. Repeat after 3 months if required. For best results apply after cutting the lawn and remove clippings for better contact with soil and moss. Apply when the soil is moist and the grass is dry. Do not apply when soil is dry, during freezing conditions or when frost is expected.
How to use
It is good practice to wear gloves when using the product. This pack treats 400sq.m, equivalent to 40 car parking spaces. 1 parking space = 2 x 5 metres = 10sq.m
Application Mark out the areas to be treated. Apply the granules thinly and evenly to ensure the same result across the entire lawn. Do not exceed the application rate Apply 100-150 grams per square metre over lawns infested with moss. To use as a lawn feed only, apply at 45-100 grams per square metre.
If using a wheeled spreader, adjust the setting and calibrate to apply the correct rate. More lawn spreader settings.
Water granules in well within 48 HOURS if no rain falls to activate the fertiliser. We recommend waiting 7-10 days before mowing for maximum effect. After 7 days the grass will become greener. Dead moss will appear 2-3 weeks after application. There is no need to rake, dead moss will be broken down and converted into organic matter. Re-treatment may be necessary for heavy moss infestations or if moss returns.