Something really acidic must have hit that grass.Looked out of my sons bedroom window this morning down at my lawn and it looks like it's got a severe case of white spot, lol. It's puzzling me because I haven't added any new grass and as far as I know the grass I already have isn't stressed in anyway! Lol.
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Yeah, dogs are usually the culprit. Ours pees and craps all over the back lawn. Craps are removed immediately but obviously pees not!Something really acidic must have hit that grass.
My dog vomited on the grass, and that small patch where it was stayed dead for a few years. I don’t want to know what she ate...
I don’t think dogs were put on this earth to be explained...Yeah, dogs are usually the culprit. Ours pees and craps all over the back lawn. Craps are removed immediately but obviously pees not!
It's funny, the amount of pees she does would suggest there should be a lot lot more dead patches, but yet there's only a few. I'm thinking that some pees, for whatever reason, are more potent than others. How and why this is God only knows.
That photo shows a small patch of beauty.I have a few different types of ferns and hostas around my property too.