Mo-Bacter Moss Remover

40.00

20kg

Covers 200msq

  • Organic based
  • Indirect action against moss 
  • Destroys moss with no black debris
  • No raking out necessary
  • No staining on hard surfaces
  • Safe to children and pets (when used correctly)
  • ​Feeds your lawn for up to 100 days
  • Will not harm desirable plants
  • Best results at >12 °C with active growth
  • Approved by the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS)

This product is only available for click and collect or for delivery in the extended Navan area as it is too heavy to be delivered by courier.

2 in stock

Mo Bacter is an organic fertiliser which releases its nutrients evenly over a twelve week period. It destroys moss and does not go black but is digested by the bacteria.

Lawns are left free of any debris with no need to scarify. It's completely organic, harmless to animals and wildlife, and doesn't damage border plants.

MO Bacter is best used in the spring, or early summer, to eliminate moss and late summer or early autumn to stifle its winter development. It is at its most effective when the ground temperature is 10C or more.

Active Ingredients: Nitrogen, phosphate and potash 5-5-20 plus a bacteria (bacillus sp) which is found naturally in soil; but when added to fertiliser, consumes dead material like thatch and moss.

Mo Bacter is an organic fertiliser which releases its nutrients evenly over a twelve week period. It destroys moss and does not go black but is digested by the bacteria.

Lawns are left free of any debris with no need to scarify. It’s completely organic, harmless to animals and wildlife, and doesn’t damage border plants.

MO Bacter is best used in the spring, or early summer, to eliminate moss and late summer or early autumn to stifle its winter development. It is at its most effective when the ground temperature is 10C or more.

Active Ingredients: Nitrogen, phosphate and potash 5-5-20 plus a bacteria (bacillus sp) which is found naturally in soil; but when added to fertiliser, consumes dead material like thatch and moss.