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What is aerating?

Lawn Aeration is the process of removing many small plugs of soil from the ground. This is important because over time: sun, rain, watering and normal use will compact the soil. This will make it more difficult for the roots to grow and have access to the water, oxygen and nutrients they need to grow and thrive. This leads to struggling lawns that may have brown patches, water puddling on the lawn and poor growth.

In my experience there is not one magic thing you can do to have a green beautiful lawn. But aeration is
one of the more important things you can do along with fertilizing, proper watering and proper mower.

Creates greener lawn

By allowing more water, air and other nutrients to get deeper the roots will be healthier and grow deeper. This results in the lawn becoming more heat and drought tolerant.

It can also break down excessive thatch build-up, which can prevent water and nutrients from reaching the roots. Regular aeration helps manage the build up of thatch by introducing thatch-decomposing microorganisms from the soil on top of the thatch layer.

Increases water infiltration

With the opening created by aerating, fertilizer
and other nutrients can more easily get to the roots.

This will save water and reduce run-off. With deeper healthier roots you will not need to water as often. Excess water will more easily infiltrate into the ground rather than runoff and cause potential flooding.

Excessive thatch buildup can prevent water and nutrients from reaching the roots. Regular aeration helps manage the build up of thatch by introducing thatch-decomposing
microorganisms from the soil on top of the thatch layer.

Reduces soil compaction

Soil compaction can prevent oxygen, water and other nutrients from reaching the roots. By removing plugs of soil, aeration helps reduce compaction by reducing the density of the soil.

This strengthens the root system. By allowing more water, air and other nutrients to get deeper the roots will
be healthier and grow deeper. This results in the lawn becoming more heat and drought tolerant.

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