Urine spots in lawn - Knowledgebase Question

Bothell, Wa
Question by janmck
July 20, 2010
Our grand-dog stayed with us and now we have brown spots in our grass from her urine, what can be done to fix the problem?


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Answer from NGA
July 20, 2010

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If your lawn is otherwise healthy, small spots will repair themselves as the surrounding grasses spread back into the dead areas. Larger spots, however, are likely to fill with weeds before the surrounding grasses can cover the spot. These need a more aggressive approach to repair. Begin by removing a shovel full or two of the soil from the dead patches and replacing it with soil from your garden or another source. Sprinkle some grass seed on the soil and keep the area well watered. For more immediate repair, dig out the dead spots and replace them with sod patches you have removed from a less conspicuous area of the lawn or sod that you have purchased. Best wishes with your lawn.

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