Grass Rooted

Archive for January, 2010

Although there are a few causes of lawn burn, dog urine is one of the more obvious causes. Those brown spots that look like the grass is burned after Rover goes out to do his business are caused by the nitrogen level in his urine. Coincidentally, nitrogen is one of the key ingredients in fertilizer, but the high concentration in dog urine is enough to have a negative effect. There are a few techniques to get rid ... Read the rest of this story

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