Dealing With Dog Spots - Part 2 of 3

What to do if the affected spots and grass are stimulated?


If the affected spots are green and grass growth is stimulated (no browning is apparent):
1. Increase nitrogen fertilization frequency and/or the amount of fertilizer to help mask the urine-induced stimulation of growth and color; dark green spots will be especially visible on lawns that are not receiving adequate nitrogen fertilization.
2. Maintain adequate irrigation to prevent accumulation of salts in the soil; drought or lack of water can allow salts to accumulate and injure or kill turf.
Source: ColoradoStateUniversity Extension for this information (December 2010 - Fact Sheet #553).

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