it'd be MUCH better for any environment to have "natives" growing in lieu of
grass which not only requires a lot of water to survive, but, more
importantly, grass and their roots are the winter grocerystore for
grasshopper, japanese beetle, rose chafer, and a whole lotta more nasties.
if your "lawn" is mossing, that usually means either you're receiving a lot
of rain or your groundwater table is very high.
you did not mention where your moss is located (what country? state?
location: mountains or valley?) but perhaps a perc test would be in your
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