olgascatchard246 added on April 8, 2018 | Answered

Last year I moved moss into my crockery area,it thrived. In the last couple of weeks I've found much of it uprooted and strewn onto an adjacent path.This keeps happening?

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Answered on April 9, 2018

It is likely that there is something trailing down the path, and tossing it, looking for insects, and grubs under the moss.

There is a method that I recommend to keep pests off of it. This will not harm the moss. Just slice up some hot peppers and boil them in a few cups of water. When this cools, strain off the peppers and put the water in a spray bottle. Spray all of the moss that you can, and there won't be much that will bother it anymore.

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