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Old 03-04-2010, 12:24 PM
dave50kate dave50kate is offline
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Dog Urine Solution Requested

We've all seen some dogs pee kills or injures spots in the lawns we care for and others don't. I've literally smelled the dying areas and detect ammonia from it.

What are the solutions to reducing this injury? Does gypsum have any effect, assuming sodium is part of the problem? Anyone have any practical solutions? Supplying vitamin Pb is not a viable solution.
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