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Does dog urine make a good lawn fertilizer?


This is a serious question. I have decided that I would put all my effort and resources into the front lawn of my house. Because the dog rules the roost in the back yard, I won't do anything but mow the back. But a strange thing has happened. The area where he does "his business" is lust, thick and weed free, while the rest of the grass is thin and covered with weeds. I have heard that pet urine can be damaging to a lawn, but that's not what i'm seeing in my back yard.

 

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