- Dec 29, 2014
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I have large, growing patch in my front yard where the grass is dying and/or already gone. The rest of the lawn is doing fine, considering the drought we've been in. We follow watering restrictions and have verified that our sprinkler system is, in fact, hitting the trouble spot. My neighbor had a similar spot in her yard that she was able to remedy, but she can't remember the name of the product she used to regrow her grass. She was told that the abundance of rabbits in our neighborhood is the culprit. Their waste contains an enzyme or chemical of some sort that kills the grass. Has anyone heard of this, and does anyone know what I can do to gain back my front yard?