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BarkYard™ Bad Spot!™ Bermuda

$20.00
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Story

All the backyard ball-fetching, squirrel-chasing, and roll-on-their-back fun is even better on a lawn that's green and thick. That's why your bermudagrass lawn needs Bad Spot!™, a high-performance lawn food and seeding mix that helps fill in bald and bare spots, as well as repair grass damaged by your dog.

Why We Love Them

There are many reasons to love living with dogs, but bald spots on the lawn isn't one of them. Fortunately, our friends at BarkYard™ are helping make bald spots a thing of the past. This powerful formula includes bermudagrass seed for a durable lawn, coir pith fiber to hold water and help seedlings grow, and 1% nitrogen to help repair bald spots fast.

Basics

  • Ingredients: Bermudagrass seed, coir pith fiber, NPK (1-0-0)
  • Covers up to 85 sq. ft.
  • 99.9% biodegradable
  • 96% renewable resources
  • Guaranteed to grow anywhere, even in dense shade.
  • Safe for dogs when used as directed.
  • Subject to proper care
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How to Use

Directions:

  • Prep the area where you want to grow grass by removing any dead grass and loosening hard soil to help the tiny seedlings root.
  • Apply Bad Spot!™ evenly so the area is mostly covered, but you can still see the soil. (Use half as much for thin areas.) Only apply the recommended amount so seedlings have enough space to get to water and nutrients. Seeds germinate best when temps during the day are between 60° and 80° F.
  • Water deeply and thoroughly right after you apply. Gently water the area until Bad Spot!™ is completely absorbed (this may take several minutes). Avoid pooling water. When Bad Spot!™ begins to turn light brown, it's time to water again. Keep kids, pets, and lawn mowers off newly planted seedlings until the grass is 3 inches high, so seedlings have the best chance to thrive.

BarkYard: Lawn Care Designed with Dogs in Mind

Curious about the spots left behind by your pup? Then, this one’s for you!

Get the lawn you love, and one the Earth loves, too.

Curious on which plants are pet-safe? Let’s dig into it!