Lawn aeration is essential to a healthy and gorgeous lawn. But do you know why. `Since your lawn is a living organism, it needs food, water, and air in order for it to be healthy. The process of aeration pokes small holes into the soil to allow water, air, and nutrients to penetrate the grass roots.
Month: July 2020
An acceptable quality lawn is the goal of many homeowners. With proper establishment and care, this goal can be achieved. Unfortunately, situations may occur that lead to a thin, damaged, or dead lawn in need of repair or renovation.
Determining the cause of the lawn decline is the first step in the lawn renovation process. Many lawn problems originate from poor soil conditions.
Aeration is the breaking down of the soil to provide space for air, water and nutrients to reach deep in the soil to the roots. This process will aid in helping your roots grow deeper in the soil and have longer, wider and stronger grass blades. Having deeper roots helps the grass fight minor grub worm issue and tolerate more stress from drought because the roots are reaching deeper to find the water supply.