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I have a problem that is opposite of what I am reading. The only place that my lawn is thick and green is where my dog urinates frequently. Is this an indication that I have a high PH also, I am starting to see an infeastation of clover, which also would make me wonder if my lawn is too alkaline. Any help or sugestions?
 
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Clover is a sign of low nitrogen in the soil.

Green, healthy patches of grass where your dog pees is a sign of low nitrogen in the soil.

I'm gonna guess low nitorgen in the soil
 
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