I received this interesting question about a lawn at the opposite end of the British Isles to me. A reader asks about how to keep moss away on his lawn in the north of Scotland. Keeping moss at bay is difficult in the UK even at the best of times, but the long, dark, wet winters of Scotland make this task even more challenging. I give some tips here.
A common question during the scarification seasons is a simple one. Can I scarify a lawn when it is wet? The quick answer is usually yes, but … As with many issues with lawn care the answer is not just yes or no. We are dealing with the natural world and the simple description “wet” can cover a huge… Read More »
I am often asked if you should mow your lawn when it is wet. The answer is a little tricky as there are so many variables. How wet is the lawn? What sort of mower? How long is the grass? Why are you mowing it? It is a difficult question to answer but I’ll try to address each… Read More »