Looking for Frog-Friendly Moss Control


Caring for your roof is one of the most important jobs as part of home maintenance, and controlling moss in Western Oregon is an on-going challenge.

Here's a publication on roof care.

Yes, some of them can be toxic for aquatic life.

The products work well to prevent moss from growing, but will work better if moss is removed with physical methods first.

I hope that this information helps you to make an informed decision about how to manage moss on your roof.

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