..... where you'll find a host of information about controlling moss in a wide variety of situations. This excellent and thorough website could be titled "Everything you've ever wanted to know about moss, from A to Z, and much much more." I kid you not. Be sure to check out this website. Be careful, though — one could spend hours and hours reading and perusing this font of information.this is from: PEG TILLERY | Gardeners Gala, magnificent mosses and slimy slugs
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Wednesday, March 9, 2011
March ... the month of moss
There is one article in the KITSAP SUN on the Oregon State University's web site http://bryophytes.science.oregonstate.edu/page18.htm
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