You need to aerate lawns in Noblesville. Find out why below.
Regular aerating is one of the single most beneficial things you can do for the lawn.
Core Aeration and Liquid Aeration
Here's what aerating can do for your lawn:
•increases ability for grass to take in water and fertilizer
•grass will develop a deeper and thicker root system
•decreases thatch which can smoother your grass
When and Where Do We Perform These Services?
We only do core aeration in the fall. We can do liquid aeration in spring through the fall. We service Noblesville, Cicero, Westfield, and Carmel with our aeration service.
What is Core Aeration?
After core aeration, the cores will naturally break down. This process is what helps break down the thatch layer. There's no need for dethatching because the soil breaking down will help release the nutrients from the decaying plants. When core aeration you open up the soil which is also a great time to add grass seed.
What is Liquid Aeration?
Liquid aeration creates micro cracks in the soil structure. The aeration also allows the soil to absorb more water which makes it an ideal way to prepare your lawn for the likely hood of droughts and the stress that comes with it. Our liquid aeration also has lots of carbon in it which when added to soil increases places for microbes to live. These microbes are what helps build a healthy soil for your grass to live in.
If you are interested in overseeding your lawn then doing this after aerating is a great time for fall lawn care service. Your new grass seed will receive soil to seed contact so germination of your grass seed can take place at a better rate. Plus adding new varieties of grass to your lawn can increase the drought and disease tolerance in addition to adding grass varieties that have a darker, deeper green color. Remember that aerating plus applying a lawn fertilizer will aide in the germination and health of your seed you put down.
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Serving Westfield, Carmel and the Hamilton County Area