Just what exactly is that on your roof? That green plant growing unchecked and unchallenged? The dictionary description for moss is as follows:
any tiny, leafy-stemmed, flowerless plant of the class Musci, reproducing by spores and growing in tufts, sods, or mats on moist ground, tree trunks, rocks, etc.
So what does this tell us about combating moss in Seattle? Kill the spores, kill the moss, in order for this flowerless plant to reproduce it must reproduce through spores.
As sad as it might sound there is only 1 way to kill moss. Using an herbicide that kills it and its spores . As members of the RCIA, we have developed a complete and time-tested way of eliminating moss in Seattle. Keep following us and learn those methods.