What steps do you need to take to have a great lawn? How do you know you have poor soil? Why won’t my seed germinate?
We need to get ready you and your lawn ready for this Fall. The best time to work on your lawn is now!
If you have been struggling with broadleaf weeds, crabgrass and a thin lawn it may be the result of poor soil conditions!
If your lawn is compacted it will not thrive.
Aerating your lawn will break up your clay soil. Aeration will give you these benefits:
- Improve soil structure
- Bioactivate soil
- Increase water infiltration
- Increase air penetration
- Allow roots to grow deeper
Aeration works by removing soil plugs to allow air flow to promote a healthy lawn. This will also result in allowing water, fertilizer and seed to reach the root zone!
Overall Aeration will encourage rot growth by reducing thatch build up and soil compaction.
Common questions you may have about lawn aeration:
Does my lawn need to be aerated. Ideally you need to aerate at least once a year. Fall is the best time!
Lawns that are used frequently or growing on heavy clay soil/ subsoil need aeration more frequently!
Will this bring back my lawn?
Yes if your soil is compacted aerating, topsoil, seeding and fertilizer will start the process.
If my lawn looks healthy should I still be aerating?
Yes continue aerating and seeding once a year in the Fall.
Call John (908) 967-7891
Schedule your aerations now!
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