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Q: Will spreading lime on my lawn help with moss and sour ground (acid)?
Here, on the West Coast where rain is very plentiful, our soils are naturally acidic, which is one of the contributing factors to moss developing on lawns. Use dolomite lime or prilled lime (“Dolopril”) as per the recommended rate on the bag. Also, you can test the pH of your soil either with a quick test (available at your local nursery or garden centre) or by sending a soil sample to a soil lab for a more detailed analysis. This will remove a lot of the guesswork!