Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Fall Lawn Care

Aeration coresRemoving small soil cores from a lawn reduces compaction, improves rooting and helps control thatch build-up. Core aeration also speeds applications of lime and fertilizer into the root zone.
    
Lawns in the Claycord area benefit from one or two core aerations per year -- Spring and Fall -- with Fall being the preferred time. Having adequate soil moisture present while aerating will aid in the removal of longer soil cores.Each hole acts as an individual reservoir allowing the roots to receive the water and nutrients into the root zone of the turf ...

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Does this also work for artificial turf?

Anonymous said...

As long as the holes and water are fake as well