Lilly Miller Moss Out For Lawns Concentrate - Questions & Answers

Displaying 1 to 20 (of 42 questions)
Sort:
  • Asked by Kathy from Edmonds, Wa
    04/23/2016
    Q
    How long til I can let my dogs out after putting Moss Out on the lawns?
    A

    It would be best to keep pets out of a treated area at least for a few hours, until dry after an application of Lilly Miller Moss Out For Lawns Concentrate.

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    48 of 55 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Wendy from Springfield, Or
    11/19/2014
    Q
    After applying Lilly Miller Moss Out for Lawns concentrate, how long is it OK before it rains?
    If I apply Lilly Miller Moss Out for Lawns in spray form this afternoon, what if it rains within a couple of hours? Will I have to repeat it, or should I just wait for a day when it is not supposed to rain at all?
    A
    Lilly Miller Moss Out for Lawns needs to be down for at least 24 hours for the best results. It should be used after it has rained so that the moss can be raked up better.
    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    42 of 45 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by John from East Stroudsburg
    01/18/2018
    Q
    How long after I use Lilly Miller Moss Out can I fertilize and plant new grass?
    A

    First, you want to be certain that you are treating for moss prior to application. If you are treating moss, rake the dead moss from the lawn after elimination. We would recommend waiting at least one week before applying a fertilizer to your soil. Be sure to use a fertilizer that has low or no phosphorus in it so that there are no adverse effects with the product. Your local cooperative extension can offer soil testing and assistance for fertilizer selections based on analysis of the soil also. We will be happy to help you select a fertilizer with this information also.

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    37 of 40 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Lorene from Lewiston, Id
    04/25/2018
    Q
    After using Lilly Miller Moss Out For Lawns Concentrate, how soon can I plant some new grass seed?
    A

    The manufacturer recommends waiting 2 weeks after application of Lilly Miller Moss Out Lawn Granules to seed.

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    36 of 39 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Frank from Birdsboro, Pa
    04/24/2016
    Q
    Can I use the Lilly Miller Moss Out For Lawns Concentrate in the 1 qt "hose and go" Moss Out spray bottle?
    If so, should I use it concentrated or dilute?
    A

    No, Lilly Miller Moss Out for Lawns Concentrate should be mixed in a gallon pump sprayer or a hose end sprayer. 

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    31 of 42 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Michelle from Long Island, Ny
    05/08/2016
    Q
    How can I remove the stain from Lilly Miller Moss Out For Lawns Concentrate on my sidewalk?
    Bleach didn't do anything.
    A

    Lilly Miller Moss Out For Lawns Concentrate does stain concrete. We recommend hosing off the area oversprayed with Lilly Miller Moss Out For Lawns Concentrate right after the area has been sprayed in order to avoid staining.  If this is not possible, Lilly Miller recommends using a product called Super Iron Out to remove stains, which can usually be found at your local hardware store or lawn store.

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    18 of 22 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Frederick from Vancouver, Wa
    04/05/2015
    Q
    Can Lilly Miller Moss Out For Lawns Concentrate be used to kill moss in trees without harming the tree?
    3 year old Gingko Biloba tree
    A
    Lilly Miller Moss Out For Lawns Concentrate is labeled to be used in lawns and on turf only.
    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    16 of 20 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Dale from Seattle
    05/22/2014
    Q
    I got some overspray on concreteLilly Miller Moss Out For Lawns Concentrate It turned orange? .... How do I clean it?
    A
    Lilly Miller Moss Out For Lawns Concentrate does stain concrete. We recommend to hose off the area oversprayed with Lilly Miller Moss Out For Lawns Concentrate right after the area has been sprayed. Lilly Miller recommends to use Super Ironite which can be found at your local hardware store or lawn store.
    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    11 of 12 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Rick from Troy, Mi
    08/17/2014
    Q
    Can Lilly Miller Moss Out For Lawns Concentrate be diluted for use on shingle roofs?
    I know that they make a specific product for roofs but since I have a gallon of the concentrate I was hoping that is could be applied at some safe ratio for application on a roof.
    A

    Lilly Miller Moss Out For Lawns Concentrate is only labeled for lawns and would likely cause severe staining on shingles. You can use Moss Out Heavy Duty Cleaner to kill moss on the structure, and on other surfaces such as brick and stone.

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    8 of 9 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by M from Charleston, Wv
    11/06/2016
    Q
    What is the correct mix for Lilly Miller Moss Out for Lawns Concentrate?
    A

    When using Lilly Miller Moss Out of Lawns Concentrate you would mix 8 oz. per 3 gallons of water to treat 125 sq. ft. You can apply with a sprinkling can or hose end sprayer. Please let us know if we can be of any further assistance.

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    8 of 10 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Isaac from North Brunswick
    10/03/2018
    Q
    When would it be appropriate to apply Lilly Miller Moss Out to new grass?
    I seeded my grass 2 weeks ago. I have upped my watering... Moss is growing faster than grass
    A

    You can apply Lilly Miller Moss Out to newly germinated lawns, but you will need to rake out the areas once the moss dies.  This will remove a lot of the seed and you will need to reseed in these areas.  Also, check the PH and the fertility of the lawn.  With moss the soil is usually very acidic, and has low fertility, along with shade, and poor air circulation.  If you can eliminate these conditions, you can get rid of the moss.  

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    7 of 7 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Raylene from E. Stroudsburg, Pa
    04/12/2017
    Q
    Can I mix Lilly Miller Moss Out For Lawns Concentrate with a fertilizer?
    I have liquid fish emulsion and want to mix it with the Moss Out to spray.
    A

    We would not recommend mixing Lilly Miller Moss Out For Lawns Concentrate with a fertilizer. We would recommend waiting at least one week before applying a fertilizer to your soil. Be sure to use a fertilizer that has low or no phosphorus in it so that there are no adverse effects with the product.

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    6 of 7 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Liz from Juneau, Alaska
    05/11/2017
    Q
    Do you take up the moss after using Moss Out?
    A

    Yes, you want to try and rake away the dead moss after applying Lilly Miller Moss Out For Lawns Concentrate.

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    6 of 8 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Bill from Wayne, Nj
    05/24/2014
    Q
    We have moss growing between the joints in our paver walkways. Will this product kill the moss?
    A
    Per the manufacturer you should not use the Lilly Miller Moss Out For Lawns Concentrate on pavers as it will stain, it is only intended for lawns.  They have advised of using the Lilly Miller Moss Out Heavy Duty Cleaner instead.
    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    5 of 7 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Joe from Albion, In
    05/13/2017
    Q
    Will Lilly Miller Moss Out for Lawns Concentrate damage my grass?
    A

    No, Lilly Miller Moss Out for Lawns Concentrate is designed to only treat the moss. It will not damage your lawn. Please let us know if we can be of any further assistance. 

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    5 of 5 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Zdenek from 22192
    04/04/2015
    Q
    How do we treat heavy moss cover?
    A
    Your question was a little broad but we will do our best to answer it. If you are having a problem with moss (not fungus) in your lawn you could use a product like Lilly Miller Moss Out Concentrate for Lawns. If you are treating for fungus on a lawn you need to know the specific fungus you are treating for in order for us to give you an accurate product recommendation and usage rate and interval.  
    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    4 of 5 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Terri from Oregon City, Or
    04/03/2017
    Q
    I used the Lilly Miller Moss Out for concrete and it turned white, is this normal?
    A

    Yes, Lilly Miller Moss Out For Lawns Concentrate will stain concrete, brick, tile, wood or painted surfaces. This product is only labeled for use on your lawn.

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    4 of 8 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Mike from Pembroke, Ma
    10/12/2017
    Q
    Can you use Turf Blue Marker with Lilly Miller Moss Out For Lawns Concentrate?
    I want to use with a garden sprayer and adding blue marker would be helpful.
    A

    There is not harm in adding a dye indicator such as Turf Mark Blue on a lawn treatment with Lily Miller Moss Out For Lawns.

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    3 of 4 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Tom from Norton, Ma
    04/11/2018
    Q
    Can I put Lilly Miller Moss Out For Lawns Concentrate in areas I just seeded?
    A

    Lilly Miller Moss Out For Lawns Concentrate cannot be applied to areas that were just seeded. You should wait until after the second mowing to treat the lawn with the product.

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    3 of 3 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Chelsea from California
    03/28/2017
    Q
    Is Lilly Miller Moss Out For Lawns Concentrate safe to use if i live on the edge of a river that sometimes has salmon in it?
    A

    Per the label, Lilly Miller Moss Out For Lawns Concentrate is toxic to fish. The label also states you would not apply this product directly to water, where runoff is likely to occur, or when weather conditions favor drift from treated areas.

    Was this answer helpful to you?   Yes No
    2 of 5 people found this answer helpful.
Displaying 1 to 20 (of 42 questions)