Fix Urine Burns

Right now is the perfect time to fix the spots in the lawn damaged from winter damage and urine burns.

Earth Science Grass Repair

Earth Science Grass Repair Sun and Shade 4.25 LB has everything you need to quickly and easily fix bare spots in your lawn. Each bag contains premium grass seed, lawn food, and natural soil improvers. It's all in one - everything you need to quickly and easily bare spots in your lawn.It's easier than ever to touch up your lawn. Just spread, water, and watch it grow.

Step One:
Rake area to remove dead grass and debris. Seeds grow best when they have direct contact with soil.
Step Two: Evenly apply Earth Science Fast Acting™ Grass Repair Kit so the area is mostly covered, but bare ground is still visible. Everything you need is pre-mixed and ready to use.
Step Three: Water daily or as needed to keep the soil surface and grass seed moist for the first 2 weeks. This is critical for your grass seed to germinate and thrive.

Prevent Urine Burns

Once you've fixed the urine burns in the lawn, you can take steps to prevent them from coming back.

Zamzows Spot-B-Gone

Zamzows Spot-B-Gone chews are an easy way to help you rid your lawn of urine burns caused by your dogs. Feeding your dog Zamzows Spot-B-Gone can prevent your dog from creating urine burns in your beautiful green grass.

Zamzows Spot-B-Gone is for dogs only, don't give it to your cats. Feed your dog soft chews based on their body weight. You can adjust the amount needed for the desired effect. Zamzows Spot-B-Gone has a 100% money-back guarantee and may not work for all dogs. Allow for 10 to 14 days for Zamzows Spot-B-Gone to begin working.

If you have larger areas you need to fix in the lawn, Zamzows has everything you need. Zamzows Custom Lawn Blend is formulated for Treasure Valley soils. Zamzows Recharger isn't just fall fertilizer; it's also the perfect fertilizer for establishing new grass seed. Don't forget to grab some Zamzows Compost Plus as a cover for your new seedlings. A thin layer of compost will protect your seeds from birds and hold moisture.

Additional Reading

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