Lawn Aeration & Dethatching Service
Aeration & Dethatching Service
Core aeration is a great way to keep your lawn happy, and improve the soil it grows in. For thin fescue lawns or problem lawns, it is a good idea to over-seed the lawn after aerating.
Newly aerated fescue lawns provide an almost ideal environment for growing new grass seed. This will help fill in those bare or thin spots, giving you a thicker, healthier turf grass that will crowd out weeds and help prevent new weeds from developing.
Most people are not aware of the benefits of aeration, yet it is one of the most important treatments for a healthy lawn. Aeration helps reduce compaction, enables oxygen and growing amendments to get to the roots and keeps your soil in the best shape possible.
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Lawns need fertilizer to supply nutrients that are deficient in the soil. Timing, type and how it is applied are important factors to consider. We offer a 4 Step Fertilizing program.
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Overseeding Keeps Lawn Thick And Weed-Free
Overseeding is one of the most important lawn care tasks, yet few homeowners ever do it. So, you ask, if I fertilize my lawn properly, why do I need to add new seed, especially if my grass looks pretty good right now? The answer is grass is not immortal. After five or six years, grass plants will slow down their reproduction rates; they get tired just like we do as we age. Thin grass invites weeds.
Overseeding compensates for that natural slow down of the turf's reproduction. There are two major benefits to overseeding every five or six years. First, you insure your lawn stays thick and dense, or if it has thinned, you will make it thick again. Thick grass has few if any weeds if it is mowed over 2 inches tall.
The second benefit is disease resistance. The new varieties of seed you sow this year will have better disease resistance than those varieties already in your lawn.
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