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How can I remove the moss growing on my lawn?

My lawn is full of moss, it's probably near 80% moss now. When mowing it the lawn mower just sinks down and it quite hard to move. I was wondering what the best way to get rid of this is. I live by the sea (750m away). I have tried to spray moss killer on it and let the grass grow again but the moss just came back! Someone suggested to me that I should dig it all up and use the dead moss as fertilizer and just plant seed on top.

Thanks for any help

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Almost the same question as this [one][1]. [1]: gardening.stackexchange.com/questions/3821/… –  kevinsky Jun 5 '12 at 14:27
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marked as duplicate by kevinsky, DA., Lorem Ipsum Jun 6 '12 at 19:02

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The moss will never go away unless you change the conditions that favor moss, which is adjusting soil PH, moisture, compaction and air flow. This link will give you informations - http://www.grassstitcher.com/lawn-care-info/common-lawn-problems/moss-in-lawn/

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