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Old 01-15-2000, 07:50 PM
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The burt out spots are caused by the ammonia in the urine; Really high concentrations of Nitrogen. Usually on the edges of the burnt circle the grass is really green and taller than the rest. This is where the nitrogen has lost some strength and the plant is able to use it. What can be done?<p>There isn't much that can be done. One can move the dogs to a dogrun and limit the amount of time the animal has on the turf. Another option is to have the homeowner water the area thoroughly right were the dog urinated, right after the dog did it. Sorry, but i don't believe there is a magic solution to this problem.
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