How do I treat urine spots in my lawn?
- First, remove dead growth. This is also called “dethatching.”.
- Once you’ve cleared old growth away, water the area slowly with water from a hose, sprinkler, or a watering can.
- Reseed the spot.
- Water the area thoroughly to get growth started.
How do I get rid of dog spots in my yard?
What causes dog spots on lawn? Remember, dark green lawn spots spring from a lack of nitrogen in your soil. When your dog urinates, the nitrogen from the urine is acting like fertilizer, greening the grass. You can fix the inconsistent coloring by fertilizing the rest of your lawn so all the grass turns the same lush, dark green as the urine spots.
What can I put on my lawn to neutralize dog urine? PetiGreen is a soil amendment for dog owners that want to stop urine damage. PetiGreen restores the soil’s ability to metabolize the excess nitrogen contained in dog urine (urea). Dog urine as well as fertilizer is processed by the bacteria in the soil in a process called the Nitrogen Cycle.