I'm sure that the soil below the moss is already made of composted moss - why not harvest some of that and let the moss keep making more?
Location: Western Washington
posted 4 years ago
Yeah, I mean I don't know the exact situation, but moss does protect the soil from the sun and rain and spring can bring both in various fluctuating degrees of extreme. If its under a full canopy there probably isn't a reason not to steal some, but the hazards of bare dirt must be stressed.
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