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Moss growing help

Post  Esther on 4/27/2011, 6:42 pm

My last yrs, box's have moss growing in them used mels mix well I mix it up and tryed anyway now the moss is growing what to do and get ride of it any suggestions?
Yup I can now get to my garden and was surprised that the boxs were so maageable I mean the dirt,cause the ground is still frozen I like.


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Re: Moss growing help

Post  altagarden on 4/28/2011, 11:14 pm

So glad you can get outdoors and start gardening in Alaska!

My flower boxes usually have a little moss in the spring and I just dig it under. I suppose if it bothers you, you could scrape it up and put it in the compost.

I don't think it is a big deal. Anyone else?


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Post  shannon1 on 4/29/2011, 4:00 am

Wow Ester your from Nap Town, I ment Sterling. How are things in the great white north? I moved away 22yrs ago to Florida so I could grow tomatos without covering them. Ok that's a lie. It was because my Moms health required a move and she would not go if my brother and I did not come with her. The moss can be invasive but if you remove it as stated above it will be ok.


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