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    FYI vinegar is a very effective grass/weed killer. Hopefully the rain will dilute it before it gets a chance to act!

    I don't have any good tips. I'd be super annoyed if someone's dog kept pooping on my lawn though.

    I remember back in the day, people would fill soft drink bottles with water and place them on the lawn in an attempt to stop dogs pooping on their grass. Not sure if it worked but it sure did look unsightly!

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    Yes, bit concerned about the acidity of the mixture, was watered down a bit though and hoping the rain will help. Pity we couldn't have the effect without the acidity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Degrassi View Post

    I remember back in the day, people would fill soft drink bottles with water and place them on the lawn in an attempt to stop dogs pooping on their grass. Not sure if it worked but it sure did look unsightly!
    I saw this a few weeks ago when I was walking my daughter to daycare. An old guy was out the front doing some gardening and had a heap of bottles all over his front lawn. It looked so strange!


 

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