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Welcome to Southern Exposure Landscape Management

Southern Exposure is a full-service landscape management firm based in the triad. Established in 1995, our experience and knowledge is second to none. Please browse our website to discover more about the services we offer, products we sell, great tips on do-it-yourself projects and information on earth-friendly landscaping.

Services We Offer

Services We Offer

Southern Exposure Landscape Management is your one-stop-shop for all of your landscape needs. We offer a variety of services and hold more certifications than any other landscape company in the area. Click to learn about our available services.
Products We Sell

Products We Sell

We only use the finest products on our installs. Those materials are made available to the public at our shop. Click here to see what we offer.
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Experience 3D Design

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Do you have spots like these in your yard? You probably also have a dog. Dog urine has high concentrations of urea. Urea is essentially good for your lawn, but in high concentrations it can kill the lawn. When your dog pees on the lawn, it kills the grass in the center of that spot, but stimulates growth all around it, creating the dark green circles. So what's the solution? Here are a few tricks that will work:
1. Train your dog to do their business in a non-turf area, such as a mulch bed, natural area or gravel.
2. Make sure your dog has plenty of water each day as the water consumption will help dilute their urine.
3. Irrigate regularly to help dilute the concentration of nitrogen.
4. This can be tricky, but adding nitrogen to the other areas of the lawn can help balance the nitrogen levels.

Do you have a trick that has worked? Leave a comment below.
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