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Decompressing your soil

Core aeration is mechanically removing plugs of soil, roots, clippings and grass from the turf to decompress the soil, control thatch and allow nutrients to reach the roots.

Add this to our SIX-STEP FERTILIZER PROGRAM and see amazing results!

Best practice is to perform this service once a year for most applications. However, some soils are more compact than others and require more attention.

The best time of year to aerate your lawn is in the fall for “cool season” grasses such as Kentucky bluegrass, fescue and ryegrass, often found in our climate zone.

Aerating is often accompanied by an overseed, using premium seed blends, to promote new growth and fight thinning grass. 

Core aeration leaves behind plugs, which will be decomposed by the elements, returning nutrients to the soil. If the plugs have to be removed, sand often has to be added to the lawn to help the soil drain properly. 

Leaving behind as many nutrients as possible promotes a healthy lawn.