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We moved into our present domicile in 2005. We have close to 1/2 acre of lawns around the house. I have a ride on mower and we lived a lot on the back lawn.  Over the years, the chem-trails have got more and more. We rarely see a blue sky. The number of days it rains has also got more and more. 

 

Four years ago, we started getting moss on the lawn. We sprayed it with ferrous sulphate and raked it out, but each year it's steadily got worse. 

 

Now, the entire lawn is moss, we haven't had more than a few decent dry days for months. the ground is completely waterlogged, there's no grass worth speaking of, just moss.

 

I thought it was just us in this area, but I got a mail from a friend in Italy last week. He says I'm very busy trying to get the moss from my lawn. Most of the grass is gone. I contacted another bloke in Holland. He has the same problem.

 

Is this something localized or is it a result of the shit they spray into the air from every passing 'plane? Maybe it's only on heavy flight paths, maybe military planes. Whatever it is, it's getting worse every year.

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4 minutes ago, Mikheil said:

We moved into our present domicile in 2005. We have close to 1/2 acre of lawns around the house. I have a ride on mower and we lived a lot on the back lawn.  Over the years, the chem-trails have got more and more. We rarely see a blue sky. The number of days it rains has also got more and more. 

 

Four years ago, we started getting moss on the lawn. We sprayed it with ferrous sulphate and raked it out, but each year it's steadily got worse. 

 

Now, the entire lawn is moss, we haven't had more than a few decent dry days for months. the ground is completely waterlogged, there's no grass worth speaking of, just moss.

 

I thought it was just us in this area, but I got a mail from a friend in Italy last week. He says I'm very busy trying to get the moss from my lawn. Most of the grass is gone. I contacted another bloke in Holland. He has the same problem.

 

Is this something localized or is it a result of the shit they spray into the air from every passing 'plane? Maybe it's only on heavy flight paths, maybe military planes. Whatever it is, it's getting worse every year.

 

Call a landscaper. Lawns are a pain in the arse and a waste of water.

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2 minutes ago, DarianF said:

 

Call a landscaper. Lawns are a pain in the arse and a waste of water.

That's not really answering the question mate. By your logic, people are a pain in the arse as well. Maybe that's why our governments are trying to kill us all off!

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20 minutes ago, DarianF said:

 

Hey man I was just trying to reduce your water bill. However, to answer your question, maybe this will help?

 

https://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com/chemtrails.html

I've known about chemtrails for years, I have video clips of the US Govt admitting chemtrails for weather modification. What I'm trying to find out, is how widespread this moss pollution is. If there are readers out there who don't live in the middle of town and who actually have a garden, do you have the same problem.

 

Do you think that this is 'poisoning' crops as well?

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Millions of lawns have moss. It's a combination of wet weather, impacted turf by constant use and poor drainage. You could buy a couple of sacks of sharp sand to cover the surface then spend an hour walking over it wearing aeration shoes. 👩‍🌾

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On 3/14/2021 at 4:28 PM, Mikheil said:

We moved into our present domicile in 2005. We have close to 1/2 acre of lawns around the house. I have a ride on mower and we lived a lot on the back lawn.  Over the years, the chem-trails have got more and more. We rarely see a blue sky. The number of days it rains has also got more and more. 

 

Four years ago, we started getting moss on the lawn. We sprayed it with ferrous sulphate and raked it out, but each year it's steadily got worse. 

 

Now, the entire lawn is moss, we haven't had more than a few decent dry days for months. the ground is completely waterlogged, there's no grass worth speaking of, just moss.

 

I thought it was just us in this area, but I got a mail from a friend in Italy last week. He says I'm very busy trying to get the moss from my lawn. Most of the grass is gone. I contacted another bloke in Holland. He has the same problem.

 

Is this something localized or is it a result of the shit they spray into the air from every passing 'plane? Maybe it's only on heavy flight paths, maybe military planes. Whatever it is, it's getting worse every year.

 

I'm in the UK (Birmingham, West Midlands). I was observing my own lawn the other day, and can clearly see areas where the grass is growing and needs mowing.

 

Since I moved into this flat in 2018, there have been some patches of the lawn where moss was a problem, and in 2019 I managed to deal with most of them using some Maxicrop seaweed-based lawn feed and moss killer.

 

Now I look at my lawn today, and its almost as you describe, much of it is covered with moss, and the ground is very soft and spongy to walk on.

 

I've got myself a lawn aerator from work, and over the next couple of weeks I plan to get the grass cut (not too much), apply some more moss killer, and aerate the lawn.

 

Last summer, I deliberately let the grass grow, and I ended up with a nice 'meadow' effect.

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In fact, during the 'pandemic' last year I noticed that plants were growing much better, my hosta and pieris showed some remarkable growth. Was it a coincidence that there were far fewer planes flying overhead? I can't answer that to be honest.

 

We did have quite a wet winter here in the UK, and despite coming to the end of March, it has not really warmed up a great deal, so maybe its no surprise that the lawn is soft and wet, and the moss has been allowed to flourish.

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3 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

I'm in the UK (Birmingham, West Midlands). I was observing my own lawn the other day, and can clearly see areas where the grass is growing and needs mowing.

 

Since I moved into this flat in 2018, there have been some patches of the lawn where moss was a problem, and in 2019 I managed to deal with most of them using some Maxicrop seaweed-based lawn feed and moss killer.

 

Now I look at my lawn today, and its almost as you describe, much of it is covered with moss, and the ground is very soft and spongy to walk on.

 

I've got myself a lawn aerator from work, and over the next couple of weeks I plan to get the grass cut (not too much), apply some more moss killer, and aerate the lawn.

 

Last summer, I deliberately let the grass grow, and I ended up with a nice 'meadow' effect.

IMG_20200711_134456.jpg.c692574d2f611139bdcde79850fbf607.jpg

In fact, during the 'pandemic' last year I noticed that plants were growing much better, my hosta and pieris showed some remarkable growth. Was it a coincidence that there were far fewer planes flying overhead? I can't answer that to be honest.

 

We did have quite a wet winter here in the UK, and despite coming to the end of March, it has not really warmed up a great deal, so maybe its no surprise that the lawn is soft and wet, and the moss has been allowed to flourish.

We've had wet winters over here, for the past few years. We've always had moss on the roof, and a bit of moss in the shade by the garage, every year I just spray the small are with ferrous sulphate and then a week later rake the moss  out. 
It's hard to say, but the lawn was fine even in the wet summer of 2020, when there were no 'planes overhead.

 

Within weeks of them starting again. (we have billions of Euros of wasted fuel with jets flying over our house almost every day. They can be going over for hours. Chem-trails thick as well as from high altitude 'planes as well.) the moss started, now, I have close to an acre of moss, there is hardly a blade of grass left. It rains almost every day. This week seems better according to the forecast but night temperatures close to freezing.

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 it's weaponised moss /mould funghi the plant/tree destroyer 

most of the forests in uk even evergreen trees are covered at the base then it works its why up 70ft trees dead from the bottom up in 2 months  hmmm certainly not just regular moss 

 Billy boy Gates   it's ok it's safe he says so!! He's saving the planet!   just like the vaccines are safe he's a doctor evil   destroying us and the planet alot sooner than we think.... 

 

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On 3/14/2021 at 4:28 PM, Mikheil said:

We moved into our present domicile in 2005. We have close to 1/2 acre of lawns around the house. I have a ride on mower and we lived a lot on the back lawn.  Over the years, the chem-trails have got more and more. We rarely see a blue sky. The number of days it rains has also got more and more. 

 

Four years ago, we started getting moss on the lawn. We sprayed it with ferrous sulphate and raked it out, but each year it's steadily got worse. 

 

Now, the entire lawn is moss, we haven't had more than a few decent dry days for months. the ground is completely waterlogged, there's no grass worth speaking of, just moss.

 

I thought it was just us in this area, but I got a mail from a friend in Italy last week. He says I'm very busy trying to get the moss from my lawn. Most of the grass is gone. I contacted another bloke in Holland. He has the same problem.

 

Is this something localized or is it a result of the shit they spray into the air from every passing 'plane? Maybe it's only on heavy flight paths, maybe military planes. Whatever it is, it's getting worse every year.

Are you aware of Dane Wigginton over at GeoEngineering.org by any chance? If not answers aplenty over there with him and his team, i would stake my life on his info, he's been blowing the whistle tirelessly for so many years now and has a brilliant team behind him too, while based in poor California where you might know they are suffering some of the worst of this deliberately being targeted to destruction, hell, he even used to work inside the industry until he found out what was going on i believe, so an honourable man and true saviour with plenty of expert knowledge

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I have lots of moss too. Not so much on the lawns as every other place you can imagine. My paths are prone to it, much more than usual, I noticed recently. Part of the reason is the rain we had over winter and the early part of 2021.

 

I actually don't mind moss. Lovely and springy to walk on. It never needs mowing. But unfortunately the grass in between does, and moss is pretty unstable so when you mow, it gets messed up. Plus it turns brown and dried up when the heat starts.

 

And, on another note I noticed that during the first lockdown there was an absence of chemtrails. Yet during our second one (UK) there they are again.

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On 3/21/2021 at 1:29 AM, Chesterella said:

 it's weaponised moss /mould funghi the plant/tree destroyer 

most of the forests in uk even evergreen trees are covered at the base then it works its why up 70ft trees dead from the bottom up in 2 months  hmmm certainly not just regular moss 

 Billy boy Gates   it's ok it's safe he says so!! He's saving the planet!   just like the vaccines are safe he's a doctor evil   destroying us and the planet alot sooner than we think.... 

 

I think he's raving insane. Probably watched too many james Bond films and thinks that he will be the one to take over the entire world as sole ruler. 

 

Interesting that Pfizer are blackmailing countries to give up their military bases in exchange for "The Jab".  You can bet that Billy Boy has access to all the nuclear weapons arsenal, world-wide, via his Microshite software, that just about every government in the world willingly uses, despite knowing that it's just full of telemetry and backdoors.

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Yes I remember those days fondly 

No more it's turned to silvery bright white those 747's that were retired are extremely busy along with every piper sesner and helicopter have a look yourself  anyone got the old fashioned gas masks war type we will need those think paint vapours metals etc mould   

it's becoming insane! Getting worse each day  Our health is being destroyed from above!!! Your thyroids lymth nodes swollen after going outside  anyone would think history repeating its self

black death, bubonic plague  oh sorry its covid fingers and toes   course it is thats why the forests are dying and the suns so blinding!!!! 7am 9am 11am 2pm 5.30pm UK hear the roar 

 

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