|We have two male dogs and have patches of dead/dying grass where that have urinated. How do we bring those back to life?
|Answer from NGA
April 26, 2010
|Dog urine can upset the pH of your soil so the best approach to the spots in your lawn is to dig out the dead areas and replace the top 2-3 inches of soil with fresh soil from another part of your yard. Mix in a little compost, fill in the areas and then overseed. To minimize urine damage, you can hose off the area to dilute the urine - as soon after the fact as possible. Wish there were an easier solution.
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