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Zero 2 Step Lawn Care Solution

Step 1: Tackle the moss. Apply a dressing of Zero Lawn Moss. This will start to remove moss down to the roots overnight.

Step 2: 24 hours after applying Zero Lawn Moss, apply Zero Lawn Feed to green your lawn for up to 3 months and further suppress moss.

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Step 1: Remove Lawn Moss

Zero Lawn Moss will remove moss down to the root. Visible results can be seen within hours. The moss starts to wither away and return back into the soil as additional nutrients. Reducing the need for raking out.

Mix 1 part Zero to 10 parts water and apply an even coverage to the lawn.  Pay particular attention to dense patches.  Apply the product using a clean knapsack sprayer or watering can with a sprinkle nozzle. 

Once dried, the treated area will be safe for children and pets to access the area.  On a good dry day, this should take about 2hours. 

Normally lawn moss is treated in Spring and Autumn, however, we recommend applying Zero Lawn Moss every 6 weeks to keep the moss suppressed.   

Dense moss patches will turn brown/black.  This is a sign the product is working.  It will not harm healthy grass, in fact, the added iron will help green up the grass and improve health.

Follow with Step 2: Apply a dressing of Zero Lawn Feed to green and feed the lawn.  

Step 2: Feed and Green Lawn

Step 2 is to follow with a dressing of Zero Lawn Feed to green and feed the lawn.  Zero Lawn Feed is a special blend of slow release fertilisers, including seaweed and Iron that will feed the lawn for up to 3 months.   Zero Lawn feed can be applied 24 hours after step 1 is completed.   When used at the correct rate, grass will not discolour. 

Available in 2 sizes: 15kg/25kg.  

Paraic's Top Tips: Read label carefully for full instructions. Always wear protective gloves and a mask. Keep all chemicals/weedkiller away from children. Keep children, animals and pets away from treated areas until dry.   We recommend waiting until the lawn weeds have finished flowering before removing them.  This is to give time for the pollinators to do their busy work.  A broad leaf weedkiller can then be applied.