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Lawn Aeration 



   Aeration allows for air, water, and nutrients to get directly to the root zone for a healthier, more   resilient turf. Breaks up soil compaction.

 Commonly done in Spring or Fall.





    What will aeration do for my lawn?

     As lawns age or sustain heavy use from play, sports activities, pets, vehicle traffic and parking,       soil compaction can result. Soil compacting forces are most severe in poorly drained or wet sites.     Compaction greatly reduces the pore space within the soil that would normally hold air. Roots   require oxygen to grow and absorb nutrients and water. Compaction reduces total pore space and   the amount of air within the soil. It has a negative impact on nutrient uptake and water     infiltration,  in addition to being a physical barrier to root growth. This results in poor top growth   and lawn deterioration.

   Core aeration can benefit your lawn by:

- Increasing the activity of soil microorganisms that decompose thatch. 
- Increasing water, nutrient and oxygen movement into the soil. 
- Improving rooting. 
- Enhancing infiltration of rainfall or irrigation. 
- Helping prevent fertilizer and pesticide run-off from overly compacted areas.

                                   During aeration is the best time to reseed your lawn!

                             We have many types of seed to help add to the beauty of your lawn.



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