Driveways, Walkways

Published on August 28th, 2014 | by Henri


Moss between pavers in driveway

Q.  I have a driveway made out of paving stones. Moss has overtaken the spaces between the pavers. The driveway is in sun most of the day but a section of the driveway is sprayed with water during the summer by the sprinkler system. I think the moss started on that side and  spread.

My question to you is what can I use to rid the driveway of the moss. I tried Roundup with no luck.

A.    Try removing most of it with a long-handled scraper, and douse the joints between the pavers with a solution of three parts white vinegar to one part water.

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