Dead spots of grass in a yard can result from many causes. This includes problems with moles or grubs that have damaged the roots. However, anyone with pets knows that pet urine can also cause dead spots. There are many options are available to treat dead spots on your lawn, but one is super simple to do.
One important thing to know about dead spots on your lawn is the roots may not actually be dead. This will mean a simple treatment can be used to restore life to the grass. You do not need to spend any money on a product like Miracle Grow or other special fertilizer.
If the dead spots on your lawn are caused by compounds found in pet urine, then applying a liquid solution will be beneficial for the grass as it will remove a lot of the contaminants and prompt grass to regrow. The time for the grass to regrow is often only a week to ten days.
Instructions to treat dead spots on your lawn are found on instructables.com here…