Do you have a dog? If brown or yellow patches are developing in your lawn, the problem may be caused by dog urine. The nitrogen in the pee is too toxic and is responsible for burning the lawn.
While nitrogen is an essential component in healthy soil and features in many turf fertilisers, high concentrations weaken the turf and cause it to turn yellow or brown. It can die and allow room for weeds and other grass types to move in.
The results will vary depending on several factors, including the:
What we can recommend is:
Without going into the nitty gritty, please bear in mind that No# 2s can cause similar damage.
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