In recent years, I have noticed that moss is a much bigger problem. What is the best way to deal with it?
To reduce moss, reduce the amount of shade falling on the lawn area, feed the grass with lawn fertilizer in March and at least one or twice more at two month intervals. Moss can be controlled by applying sulphate of iron at 5 to 10 grams per square metre, either by itself (which is tricky to do), or diluted with water, or mixed with sand. Ready-mixed lawn sand can also be used. But sulphate of iron will not control moss unless the grass is given adequate feeding, and better light.