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What kills grass?


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2010-09-14 18:50:22
2010-09-14 18:50:22

Herbicides, dog urine, drought, over cutting, overgrazing, tillage, trampling, etc.


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Round-up, but the grass needs to be activly growing.

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Because the acidity from the dog's urine kills the patch of grass they urinated in.

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cows eat grass get milk an then when the farm is highly populated with cows the farmer kills some of them and the same thing over again

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