MO Bacter: Organic Moss Killer & Lawn Fertiliser for Spring
Posted on 28th February 2022 at 14:59
Award Winning Moss Killer & Lawn Fertiliser - Banish Moss This Spring!
With warmer, sunnier weather on the horizon, it finally feels like brighter days are ahead - and with it, the first chance to get out in the garden.
Sadly, one of the first jobs of the year for many of us is removing moss from the lawn, which can creep up and take over during the winter months.
However, we can make the process as trouble-free as possible with Britain's best loved organic moss killer for lawns - MO Bacter!
MO Bacter comes in granular form and works by hitting moss with an extra large dose of potassium, inhibiting its growth. The moss then decomposes and is eaten by the safe active ingredient bacteria, meaning that there is no need to scarify.
These decomposing bacteria also transform organic waste (thatch) into a useful organic grass feed, further improving the health of your lawn.
In short, MO Bacter does all the work so you don't have to - leaving space for new grass to grow.
Used correctly, it is also harmless to animals and safe on stonework.
MO Bacter works best with some moisture and ground temperatures at a fairly constant 10c+, making it ideal for use between March and May.
We've been selling MO Bacter for over ten years with thousands of happy customers. We can safely say that it is one of the best moss killing products on the market with reliable results year in year out. But don't just take our word for it. MO Bacter has received praise and endorsement from the RHS, celebrity gardener Bunny Guinness and a host of national newspapers and gardening magazines.
We have MO Bacter in a range of sizes to suit all lawns - big or small:
5kg bag - Treats up to 50sq m
10kg bag - Treats up to 100sq m
20kg bag - Treats up to 200sq m
To use, cut the grass before application, spread granules by hand or grass seed / lawn spreader, water in within a few days (or wait for rainfall) and don't mow your lawn for a week. Easy peasy!
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