Short of getting rid of my five-year-old lab altogether, does anyone have a good solution for fixing the yellow burn spots in the lawn? There are tons of so-called solutions out there, I've tried supplements, and I'd rather not till up and re-seed.
Does anyone know a way to get rid of these things that doesn't involve green spray paint, and actually works?
I'm curious about this as well. My 120lb lab generates a lot of urine....thus, a lot of burns in my 2 year old sod.
I've heard about lime working to get the soil pH back to neutral.....didn't work. Used extra water in these areas.....doesn't seem to work. I'm not going to till up and re-seed as it's just going to happen again. The spots are all right around the patio as he won't run out into the snow to spread out his whiz during the winter.
Did the tomato juice kill them? I think I'm reading this wrong....
yeah that leaves alot of interpretation huh. The tomato juice stops the urine burn and they loved it. Age killed one. Cancer the other. Many years apart. As far as I know the tomato juice played no role in either death. But sticking this weeks theme - that is speculation on my part.
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