Rabbits can cause a lot of damage to your lawn. Aside from the fact that they could chew on it and lead it to become uneven, they can also urinate on the grass which will lead to brown spots being formed throughout that area. To prevent that from happening, you have to protect your grass from rabbits and treat affected areas to strengthen the grass and protect it from disease.
If the rabbits have already done their business, then it’s not enough to just set up a fence or some other means of keeping them away from the lawn. You also have to focus on treating your lawn with Revive products to prevent it from becoming brown due to the excess nitrogen in the urine. Watering it immediately to dilute the nitrogen-rich compounds can help a lot, as can measuring and restoring your soil’s pH.
As for keeping rabbits off your lawn, you can try setting up a regular fence or an invisible fence that works by creating a signal that prevents rabbits and other animals from entering the perimeter. You can also try planting certain herbs that rabbits don’t like, such as yarrow, bee balm or lupine. Rosemary, lavender and jojoba are also good examples of plants rabbits don’t like, mainly because of their strong scent which will repel rabbits and keep them a fair distance away.