What is Aeration and Why is it ImportantThroughout the spring and summer months your lawn becomes compacted from the traffic and use that comes from your family and friends which prevents healthy growth for the following year. Aeration opens up spaces in the lawn which allows for water, air, and nutrients to reach the grass’ roots. Once the spaces are created, the lawn “catches” fertilizer, seed, and water which helps to encourage natural growth and thickening of your lawn.
The Benefits of AerationThere are many benefits of aerating which include:
• Healthy Root Growth
• Relieves Soil Compaction
• Incorporates Organic Matter Into The Soil
• Improves Drainage
• Reduces Chances Of Crabgrass Infestation
• And Many More!