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Moss

Posted: 27/02/2012 at 10:42

That side of the garden gets hardly any light due to fruit trees from the neighbours garden overshadowing mine.  I have treaded the garden with weed and feed and it still makes no difference.  The area is damp all the time.  Yet on the otherside the grass grows in patches and is bone dry.  Perhaps I should remove the grass and lay paving.  Thanks for your advice.

Moss

Posted: 24/02/2012 at 23:00

My grass has been relaid twice because after the first year moss keeps growing in my lawn and taking over the grass.  Does anyone have any suggestions how to get rid of the moss? 

Talkback: Rabbits and myxomatosis

Posted: 12/01/2012 at 19:05
In 2010 I had to have 2 rabbits put down who contracted myxomatosis. They were in the early stages of the disease, but it is the most horrible disease designed by man. I was really devasted to have them put down as there is no cure. I now have the remainder rabbits injected every 6 months so they don't get the disease. This is not a quick death it is like you say slow and painful. I think when pet shops sell rabbits they should inform people to get them injected to save the heart ache of them getting the disease. It is about time there was a cure for this disease.
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Moss

Green moss in grass 
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