Gardening hack: Moss
Some people enjoy moss and would like to keep it, but it's up to you what you think of moss on your lawn. If you want to get rid of moss, there are a few tricks that work better than pesticides. Moss thrives in moisture and shade, and if you have a lawn that possesses these attributes, there's a good chance that moss will grow there as well.
The most important thing is that you never rake or tear at the moss, as the spores will spread rapidly and you will experience a reverse effect. Instead, the best thing to do is to try to get the grass to grow through fertilisation, aeration and possibly liming the soil. Tilling the soil and testing other grass varieties are also useful tips if the moss is persistent. It's important to remember that it takes time in gardening, and quick fixes typically only come with pesticides.