Core Aeration

Year after year, the soil on your lawn gets compressed. This results in a reduction in the amount of oxygen and nutrients to the roots of your grass. Thinning, stress and loss of color result until the soil can no longer support any turf growth. An estimated 66% of residential lawns are growing on compacted soil.

Core aeration is used to allow air, moisture and fertilizer into the roots. A one or two inch “plug” of soil is pulled out of the ground. These plugs will remain on the lawn and decompose. Soil surrounding the plugged holes and the soil deposited on top will collapse and fill in the holes. This controlled removal of small soil cores will allow nutrients back to the root zone of your grass. Core aeration creates healthy roots and thicker, more beautiful lawns.


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