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I know you can take moss and yogurt or buttermilk and blend together. Then pour in grout in between outdoor tiles. Answered

Is there a ratio of moss to liquid? Any other tips on this process?

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mbudde (author)2009-07-30

I found this in this instructable.
https://www.instructables.com/id/Moss-Graffiti/

"Place some of the moss, the buttermilk (or yoghurt) and sugar into a blender and start to mix. This must be done in small phases as the moss can easily get caught in the blades of blender. Keep blending until you have a green milkshake with the texture of a thick smoothie. Pour the mixture into a plastic container."

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Sandra Sue (author)mbudde2009-07-31

Have a bad problem w/squirrels and rabbits. Think they might see this as food. Any additive suggestions.

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Cayenne pepper should keep squirrels and rabbits from eating the yogurt. It does not affect birds or insects, though.

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Gorfram (author)Sandra Sue2009-07-31

Substitute compost tea for the yogurt/buttermilk. Compost tea: 1) Get some compost (or just nice rich garden soil). 2) Mix about 1-2 quarts water to a handful (1/2 cup or so) of compost. 3) Strain out the solid compost particles through an old (retired) tea strainer or something similar. 4) Proceed as with buttermilk/yogurt.

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