How to fix brown patches in your lawn - five common causes and how to fix them
Brown circular patches with outer rings of bright, long grass is a telltale sign of animal urine damage to your lawn.
Pets and foxes are the main culprits of these kinds of patches, but there is one simple trick which can correct the damage over time.
Irrigate your lawn with just half an inch of water on the surface after your pet visits the garden, and try to encourage them to go on paved surfaces instead.
In more extreme cases, you may need to dig up and replace the soil with fresh turf or seed.
Dog rocks are a great solution to neutralise your pet’s urine as they drink water too.
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