With one easy and pet safe item, you can get rid of dead brown dry spots on grass caused by pet urine. Read on for the big surprise!
Step 1: Materials
Beer! - it can be hot or cold, fresh or flat. Use a regular beer.
Not light beer, malt liquor or a wine cooler.
Beer has lots of fermented sugars and nutrients. A dead patch will absorb the sugars and nutrients thus helping the soil below. The beer acts as a fertilizer and provides nutrients to new grass growth. The beer will strengthen the grass and neutralize the nitrogen in pet urine. (Woo hoo, science!) Beer eliminates fungi, as well.
Continue on to see how it's done!
Step 2: Here We Go!!!
Use 8 ounces for about a 10 inch spot. Pour beer directly on dry spot.
Give it a week.
Step 3: Follow Up...
Check spot a week later for growth. Add more beer, if needed.
Continue until area is healed.
Step 4: Enjoy Your New Green Grass!
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