3 Reasons Aeration Is Important For Your Lawn This Fall
Aeration is essential to any truly beautiful lawn. It’s essential for great root development and better absorption of the water and fertilizer you meticulously apply (or have us apply for you).
Aeration can be done in spring or fall, but an August-September timeframe is best to get essential root development before winter comes.
Include lawn aeration in your annual lawn care program. Read below for why, and get in touch with us when you’re ready.
3. Breaks Down Thatch
Lastly, with more water at and below the surface, and soil cores above the thatch level, you’ll notice thatch begin to deteriorate more during rainfall and watering. While some thatch is necessary, aeration helps keep thatch in check, protecting our lawn from being choked out.