Core Lawn Aeration
Akron Canton Lawn Care is offering core aeration to lawns in Cuyahoga Falls and Tallmadge OH. The cost of lawn aeration are usually less expensive than the average rental rates for lawn aerators and your local big box stores.
Aerating you lawn is the most beneficial application you can preform to get a healthy and gorgeous lawn year round. Your lawn must have cultivation to help improve the soil. Fertilizer does not improve the soil compaction or conditions at all. When you do core lawn aeration it builds a greater resistance against insects, disease and drought conditions.
Core Aeration removes plugs of soil and thatch in your lawn with specially designed commercial heavy duty equipment. The equipment has hollow coring tines that are passed over the lawn, penetrating the surface and removing plugs of soil and thatch. The removal of these plugs makes the soil not compacted anymore. Then intern allowing fertilizer, air, water and nutrients to flow to the roots of your lawn. This makes for a healthier deep root system that promotes the grass to better overcome stress caused by disease, insects and drought.
Your lawn after aeration
After Akron Canton Lawn Care aerates the cores should be left on the lawn after aerating. The cores contain soil microorganisms that will break down thatch in the lawn. These cores disappear in a short time when left on the top of the grass. Core aeration works with or without seeding. This is why every golf course aerates many times a year to achieve the best turf possible.
Overseeding in Tallmadge & Cuyahoga Falls Ohio is an excellent practice for your lawn immediately after it has been core aerated. It helps to keep your lawn from being very vulnerable to disease, weeds and insects. Areas in your lawn that are damaged also greatly benefit from overseeding. It helps re-establish a strong thick rooted foundation of grass and helps achieve the overall health and visual appearance of your lawn.
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