Moss is starting to show itself on my front path which is made of bricks.
There's also stray grass and some small weeds.
We usually use BAC 50 (benzalkonium chloride) for moss and, when needed,
glyphosate for weeds.
Is it okay to mix BAC and glyphosate together in the same sprayer?
Glyphosate works best when weeds are growing strongly. A this time of
year, with low light levels and low temperatures, it still works but
much more slowly, so be patient and don't think it hasn't worked
because you mixed the two.
IME, glyphosate works on moss too, so you could use just that.
There are separate moss killers too, for where you don't want to destroy
other vegitation, but when you do, might as well just use glyphosate.
Or use something like Pathclear, which is glyphosate to kill what's
there, plus a germination inhibitor to prevent new growth.
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