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1 Gal. Moss Out for Lawns

$12.88 /each

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Lilly Miller Moss Out for Lawns kills moss in lawns so grass can grow into a thick lush turf. Moss grows on the soil surface in lawns where it competes with the turf, causing the grass to thin out and creating an excessive build-up of thatch. Shaded or poorly drained acidic areas encourage moss growth. Apply Moss Out for Lawns to these areas when the moss is actively growing. Moss Out for Lawns gallons covers 2,000 sq. ft. After applying you will see the moss turning black within hours.

  • Kills lawn moss quickly, works in hours
  • Economical concentrate covers 2,000 sq. ft.
  • Liquid iron gives superior results
  • Apply with a sprinkling can or hose-end sprayer

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How soon can You apply moss out after re-seeding new grass

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June 27, 2013
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Olympia, WA
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May 19, 2015
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moss-out will not effect seed germination or new lawn growth.. in fact it will enhance the lawns vitality turning it a rich "hunter green" do to the influx of the iron..
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Durham, NC
April 15, 2014
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I don't think there is a time limit. Moss Out will only kill moss and if anything, it will actually "green up" your lawn since the iron is taken up by the grass itself.
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September 12, 2013
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Anytime! Ideally, you would use Moss Out before (re/over)seeding to increase the number of seeds that germinate into soil, but The Iron in Moss Out does not effect grass or grass seed, but burns moss. I'm not advocating an Iron diet for your lawns, but if you need to add it while your seeds are germinating, you won't kill the seeds.
What you don't want to do is walk on your newly seeded lawn area (once Read More
Anytime! Ideally, you would use Moss Out before (re/over)seeding to increase the number of seeds that germinate into soil, but The Iron in Moss Out does not effect grass or grass seed, but burns moss. I'm not advocating an Iron diet for your lawns, but if you need to add it while your seeds are germinating, you won't kill the seeds.
What you don't want to do is walk on your newly seeded lawn area (once the new grass starts to breech the surface) Read Less
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July 3, 2013
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Hello,
We normally recommend that you use the product to kill any existing moss first. Then, once the dead moss is removed, you can put down new grass seed. If you don't have moss right now you may want to hold off on applying the product. The Moss Out for Lawns will kill existing moss but it doesn't provide a preventative benefit. If you have seeded and area where there is already moss seed
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We normally recommend that you use the product to kill any existing moss first. Then, once the dead moss is removed, you can put down new grass seed. If you don't have moss right now you may want to hold off on applying the product. The Moss Out for Lawns will kill existing moss but it doesn't provide a preventative benefit. If you have seeded and area where there is already moss seed manufacturers generally recommend waiting until you have mowed your lawn 3 or 4 times before putting down any type of herbicides. The earliest you could use Moss Out for Lawns would be after you have mowed 3-4 times.
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June 28, 2013
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Hello Beachboy and thank you for your question.
Lilly Miller Moss Out! for Lawns can be applied to reseeded lawns after the lawn is established, which is after at least three (3) mowings. You may need to wait until fall or early next spring to safely apply this product to your lawn.
Best wishes on your project.
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What are the duirections for use. Do you haave to rake moss either before treatment or after moss turns black

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Olympia, WA
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May 19, 2015
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the label is a good place to find the "directions for use" moss is more easily removed after it has been killed with the moss-out product.. it can either be raked out by hand or thatched with a power rake..
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Durham, NC
April 15, 2014
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The instructions do suggest raking after the moss has turned black (died). I usually wait till right after a rain so the moss comes up with a good hard raking.
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Seattle, WA
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September 12, 2013
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After treatment- 8 hours to a couple days is best. You may also need to re-apply a second time in heavy moss areas, as you will undoubtedly miss some of the moss.
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June 15, 2013
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Measure liquid and dump in a sprayer add water and spray affected areas. You do not have to rake moss after it is dead but if you don't and it is a large dense area your grass will not grow until moss is removed, nature will do the job in a year or more.
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March 30, 2013
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Hello,
After application you should see the moss turn a dark or black color. A few days after the application we recommend you rake out the dead moss. Filling low spots in the yard and reseeding will be helpful to prevent the moss from coming back.
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My backyard is very acidic, has alot of dead grass along with the moss. Should I thatch the lawn first?

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How long after applying this product should I reseed the lawn and should I apply a fertilizer as well?
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De-thatch and aerate the lawn, most likely your soil is compacted and drainage is poor.
Apply moss kill or quick lime, reseed after the treatment has had time to soak in, use the appropriate seed for your region and PH levels.
Aerating the lawn can be done by hand or by hiring a professional with the appropriate power tools.
If your lawn is small, aerating it would not be too laborious and more cost
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De-thatch and aerate the lawn, most likely your soil is compacted and drainage is poor.
Apply moss kill or quick lime, reseed after the treatment has had time to soak in, use the appropriate seed for your region and PH levels.
Aerating the lawn can be done by hand or by hiring a professional with the appropriate power tools.
If your lawn is small, aerating it would not be too laborious and more cost effective to do it on your own.
Ask home depot about the hand tool options for that, other options include making your own tool for it or checking google.
When dealing with compacted soil, it is best if you use a plug extractor style aerating tool, spikes only serve to pack down the soil further.
If you don't want to use aerating tool, you could just rototill the soil with the most trouble spots and reseed.
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Thank you Billygoat for your answer. It is much appreciated. I live in northern British Columbia, Canada so we usually get a lot of rain. The grass seed I have used is C-I-L Golfgreen Premium Grass Seed with Surestart Xtreme for Sun and Shade. I bought Home and Garden liquid fertilizer as well.
Another question for you. After I follow your instructions for the moss out etc, when do I apply the sweet Read More
Thank you Billygoat for your answer. It is much appreciated. I live in northern British Columbia, Canada so we usually get a lot of rain. The grass seed I have used is C-I-L Golfgreen Premium Grass Seed with Surestart Xtreme for Sun and Shade. I bought Home and Garden liquid fertilizer as well.
Another question for you. After I follow your instructions for the moss out etc, when do I apply the sweet soil? Looks like the only product I can get up here would be Lilly Miller Sweet Soil. Would this be good? Looking forward to your reply.
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..use the Lilly Miller Moss-out BEFORE you thatch.. allow one week for the moss to
"let go" of the soil and it's root system.. then thatch and remove the thatch from the lawn surface..
Then fertilize and re-seed.. add a calcium base soil 'sweetner' such s Ewing Pro-Cal or similar product.. unlike lime, the calcium will go to work immediately, changing the soil Ph to an acceptable level within just a few
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..use the Lilly Miller Moss-out BEFORE you thatch.. allow one week for the moss to
"let go" of the soil and it's root system.. then thatch and remove the thatch from the lawn surface..
Then fertilize and re-seed.. add a calcium base soil 'sweetner' such s Ewing Pro-Cal or similar product.. unlike lime, the calcium will go to work immediately, changing the soil Ph to an acceptable level within just a few days.. and don't skimp on the seed.. re-seeding will be 6 - 8 lbs per 1000 sq ft.. your lawn will come in thick and lush within 6 weeks..
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May 8, 2015
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After applying the product, wait for the moss to die and then rake it up after a couple of days, along with the dead grass. Once you have removed the dead moss you can reseed. Grass will help prevent the moss from returning.
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lillymiller mossout stain removal on patio blocks. How?

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sounds like an "old wives tale" but Coca-Cola will remove those stains ! pour a "coke" into a small bowl and brush it onto the stains with a small paint brush.. whaa-lah !
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Durham, NC
April 15, 2014
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Once the blocks are stained I don't think there is much that you can do. Eventually as the iron is leached out it will fade or you can just spray the entire block so that you have a uniform color. The instructions warn you about this so it shouldn't have come as a surprise.
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September 16, 2013
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Hello,
If you got some of the Moss Out for Lawns on your patio you can use a rust stain remover. Moss Out for Lawns is an iron based product. You will be able to find rust stain removing products at your local Home Depot in the paint department.
Thank you
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September 10, 2013
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Hi John,
To remove moss from patio stone, mix the mossout according to the label directions and apply it to the moss. This can be applied with a sprinkler can, garden sprayer or hose end sprayer.
The moss will turn black when it dies.
Pressure wash, rinse or scrape away the moss after it dies to prevent regrowth.
Thanks for asking.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 53 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works Very Well--Much Better than Granules This product works very well with a hose-end sprayer. It is inexpensive, very easy to apply, and kills the moss within hours. I use this product in the spring and in the fall when my cool season grass is actively growing. Killing the moss gives the grass (fine fescue in the shade) a chance to grow and spread. The moss does return, but the grass has been filling in quite nicely over the past couple of years. There is no point to killing the moss in the summer or winter when the grass cannot take advantage. Granular moss killer is easier to spread, but it does not work nearly as well, and the dust is terrible even wearing a mask. June 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by One of the few products that kills moss Moss Out for lawns is actually the only product I've found that will kill moss growing in the lawn. A gallon only treats 2,000 square feet, and it takes at least 3 applications during the growing and watering season, so it can get expensive. You can spray the diluted product directly on the moss and it will turn it black almost immediately. I think the better option is to rake the moss up and dispose of it and then spray the bare soil to kill what remains and prevent new growth so grass can reestablish itself or you can seed. Moss growing means there are soil issues. In my case it's heavy clay and dense shade. Whatever is causing you issue that is cultivating the growth of moss will not be corrected by applying Moss out. You will have to commit to a regiment of care to prevent the moss to infinity and beyond. August 9, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product. Great Product, too bad it can only be purchased online in my area. It should be stocked on store shelves. Works better than granules. August 9, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Does the job Works on moss fast and changes its color, so u can go back later n get what u missed. Be sure to mix over grass so not 2 stain concrete. Will stain hands 2 slightly, so good to wear gloves. The iron is good 4 grass and plants 2. July 20, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Somewhat disappointed The product stained the surfaces that I sprayed with Moss Out. Everything I sprayed has a brown stain after it dried. Some of the areas (stones around my home) still have moss after a week. I have found that using plain old baking soda does a better job. I am not sure which is worse, moss on my rocks, sidewalks, and painted exterior basement walls or brown stain. June 17, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Stains concrete badly I purchased this product, applied to the moss and had a few small accidental spills on the sidewalk, which I hosed down immediately. They didn't come off the concrete. I contacted the company to ask them how to clean this and was told their product "did NOT stain concrete but to use iron out to remove the stains", which is contradictory. I followed up by sending them pictures of the stains as well as letting them know the iron out had made the issue worse. I received a reply from the company projecting their unprofessionalism and the tone of their email on to me, as well as telling me that the bottle and website never claimed to not stain. I am very dissatisfied with this product, the company's response and do NOT recommend it. It hasn't even killed the moss to which is was applied 5 days ago. May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works great Moss turns black within minutes and dies completely in a week or so. So far it has not come back. June 7, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Worked--kind of Had to pretty much double the dose to get fairly good results. May 24, 2016
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