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Moss Killer Safe for Plants

A few weeks ago online, I was taken to a link advertising an organic patio cleaner that could be watered around the base of plants to remove moss growing on the soil.  There was even a clip of someone doing this at a large nursery.

Can I find it now?  I have searched and searched under every criteria I can think of but to no avail.

I thought that maybe it said that it contained 'mycorrhizal' but I could be wrong about that.

Is there anyone who knows what this product is and could advise me? 



  • PerkiPerki Rossendale - LancashirePosts: 1,994

    I dont know what in a patio cleaner could be anything potentially very harmful to plants, it normally made to kill moss - algae - liverworts and do other things. I have a organic patio cleaner called Algon which say on the label in red - will scorch grass - foliage - flowers on contact. 

    I just use a narrow twine rake, I think wolf tool have a few attachments short handle / long handle etc.

    Last edited: 26 February 2017 01:16:40

  • Thank you Perki ...maybe I imagined it!

    The moral of this tale ... if you like it, write it down!

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