Wilson® MOSS OUT®

Easy-to-use product that eliminates unsightly moss from lawns

Just connect the hose firmly to the hose-end sprayer and cover mossy areas of the lawn. The product will also serve as a fertilizer for undernourished lawns.

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Frequently asked questions about Wilson MOSS OUT Lawn Moss Killer

MOSS OUT Lawn Moss Killer contains two of the most effective ingredients to immediately control moss: nitrogen and iron. When sprayed on affected lawn areas, the moss will die quickly. The conditions that caused it may still need rectifying.

Moss will take over under conditions of poor light, poor drainage and inadequate plant food. Prune trees to open up and reduce shade. Improve drainage with tiling, slit trenching or contouring.

Yes. MOSS OUT Lawn Moss Killer is safe for people and pets when used as directed. Once the MOSS OUT Lawn Moss Killer dries on the grass, it is safe for people and pets.

MOSS OUT Lawn Moss Killer’s control is immediate on moss. In addition, there is a residual effect for several weeks.

No. MOSS OUT is specifically intended to kill moss in your lawn. To control other weeds in your lawn, you can use WEED OUT solutions. WIPE OUT products help you control weeds nearly everywhere else: in flower gardens, driveways, patios, sidewalks and buildings.

Apply in early spring when moss is actively growing and the weather is cool and humid. If infestation of moss is heavy, repeat the above application every four weeks until desired results are obtained.

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Where to buy

MOSS OUT products are available coast to coast in big box stores, department stores, hardware stores, independent garden centres and many other retailers.

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