How long after you put lime on your grass can your dog go outside on the grass?
It's best to water them in thoroughly before letting your pet out, especially if he/she is likely to try and eat them.
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Answer . Because ....... I FEEL GOOD (SONG) by James Brown Whoa-oa-oa! I feel good, I knew that I would, now I feel good, I knew that I would, now So good, so good, …I got you. Just like humans when we have a bowel movement it's such a relief at times that as James Brown sang 'IT FEELS GOOD! Now your dog is ready to start all over again and eat, run, play and just be with you! . Another answer: . That's funny...and probably true to some extent. But the real reason is that dogs mark their territory with scent, and the scratching is to spread the scent over a larger area. Male dogs hike their legs when they pee for a similar reason; to give the impression that they're bigger than they really are.
Adding lime to your lawn changes its pH value.. Lime is Calcium Oxide also known as Quicklime or Burnt Lime, which is an alkaline. Adding lime effectively reduces the acidity… of your lawn.
Yes, lime does kill grass because it is very acidic. The acidity oflime kills the cells of the grass therefore leading to the dryingof the grass.
Take them to an area with no grass. That is a natural behavior, they are trying to cover up the scent so that other animals will not hunt them down using the scent.
Yes, Cows cannot eat weeds. Make sure you plant some grass or buy some fodder.
No it won't even in large doses, what it will do is increase the soil PH which some grasses don't like so check with a garden center in your area for your soils needs. Chee…rs, Barry
I'm wondering the same thing. I have moles that are eating the grubs, but my dog is killing the moles...she's up to 4 this week.
Lime wont directly help grass. Lime will decrease the pH of the soil. Australian soils are typically acidic and adding some lime can help bring the pH to nuetral.
How do you get the cheat when you put a Pokémon's number in your calculator and when you go in the grass it is there?
i don't know but i know an ARDS cheat similar to that. just go to elitepokemontrainers.net
No. Lime has no effect on new grass seed.
Dogs eat grass to help them digest.
You should probably wait over night. Read the back label and see if it says anything.
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Only if it needs lime. Have someone take a soil test for you to check the pH level. If it reads between 6.5 and 6.7 your fine. If the test reads low...its too acidic and the…n and only then do you apply lime which may green up the lawn. If the numbers are too high then it needs to be more acidic with possibly a sulfur application. As a hot product I recommend only a professional apply sulfur or a high sulfur fertilzer...if improperly applied to your lawn, it will burn and then your grass wont be green for a while. The practice of throwing down lime every year is an old farmers tale. You could be taking your lawn in the wrong direction.
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When the PH is below 6.5
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lol idk check it up !!! Answer This depends on the PH of the soil in your lawn area. In the northwest the soils tend to be acidic. Most of the time, you want law…ns soil to be between. 6.5 and 7.5. If it is acidic, you want to add lime. Also adding lime to your grass is a good way to prevent moss.
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