lawn aeration service | core aeration
May 9, 2013
You know you need healthy grass to have a lawn you can love, and there is no better way to revitalize your lawn than through a lawn aeration service. When it comes to lawn care, aeration, often called core aeration, can help make your lawn thicker by increasing the effectiveness of normal irrigation, fertilizers and pest control programs.
Lawn aeration can greatly improve the overall health of your lawn. Core lawn aeration uses a specialized piece of equipment, commonly known as a lawn aerator, to make little holes in your lawn. The nickel-size holes made by the lawn aerator give your roots greater access to air, water and fertilizer. Core lawn aeration also helps control the amount of thatch in your yard, that layer of tightly woven plant material that can prevent nutrients and other items from reaching your soil. Why consider manual lawn aeration when the experts at TruGreen have specialized equipment and the know-how to help you achieve your desired results.
Lawn disease can happen anywhere and to any kind of lawn, no matter how healthy you think your lawn is. Some common lawn diseases you might encounter are brown patch, rust, and dollar spot. Brown patch is a lawn fungus that commonly starts out as a small brown spot and then quickly spreads. Dollar spot, most common in the early summer, is another type of quick- spreading lawn fungus. Have you ever seen orange-colored grass blades? They are most likely infected by a lawn disease known as rust. If you suspect that your lawn is unhealthy and has one of these lawn diseases, it's best to call the lawn disease experts at TruGreen.
What better way to enjoy your beautiful backyard than to host an outdoor party? These simple steps will help ensure a good time is had by all, from tidying the backyard to making sure guests are comfortable and preventing insects. A healthy, green lawn that is ready to be showcased can also complement any outdoor party. If your lawn needs work, set up a Healthy Lawn Analysis performed by a TruGreen PhD-certified specialist. The lawn specialist will evaluate your climate, soil condition, grass type, and lawn usage to determine your lawn's specific needs. For more information call 866.688.6722 to speak with the experts today.