Core Aeration



Lawn aeration involves removing plugs of grass and soil so adequate air, water, nutrients can “seep” into the ground and reach plant roots. When you aerate your lawn, you’re essentially punching holes in the ground so it can “air out.”

The process is completed using a machine called an aerator that perforates the lawn and pulls up plugs of turf. These cores are left on the lawn to decompose—they return beneficial nutrients to your property.

Aeration can prevent a lawn from becoming compacted, and when this happens soil particles do not allow proper nutrients to reach plant roots.


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