If you have a small patch of moss you can mix 1 gallon of water and 2 ounces of dish soap into a spray bottle and spray the mix onto patches of moss. Moss often grows once acidic soil begins limiting the nutrients supplied to your grass providing room for moss to sneak in.
Mix the baking soda and water in a spray bottle and shake until the solution is well mixed.
How to get rid of moss in grass naturally. To get rid of a small patch of moss in the lawn use a spring tine lawn rake. Spray the mixture onto patches of moss and drench them thoroughly. Use a calcium based lime for best results.
Then use a scrub brush dipped in a solution of 1 part vinegar to 3 parts water to scrub it away. Walk around spraying any moss patches with your natural moss killer for lawns. If you have more than a small patch and need something a little more robus t to remove the moss you can use a lawn mower dethatching blade.
The trick is to rake at the moss from different angles to loosen and lift it. For concrete tile and other hard surfaces douse the mossy area with boiling water. For larger lawns you should double the proportions of each.
Get a dethatching blade that fits on your lawn mower and mow according to the instructions. Just make as diluted of a mixture as 1 tablespoon baking soda to 1 gallon of water or if the moss is really bad add dry baking soda straight to the moss. Mix 4 ounces of liquid dish soap like ivory or dawn to 1 gallon of water.
Mix 1 cup each of murphy s oil soap antiseptic mouthwash and chamomile tea. Applying a mixture of baking soda and water to the moss will make the conditions more alkaline and since moss prefers a slightly acid environment this will help to kill the moss.