Everyone loves the sight of a beautiful lawn - but many people fail to realize that what you see on top of the soil is indicative of what is going on underneath the blades. In short, the health of the roots is of utmost importance when it comes to creating beautiful, healthy turf! Soil compaction, excessive thatch, and pH are some factors that can cause the roots to struggle and therefore cause the grass on top to struggle as well. Properly maintaining your lawn's root zone means stronger roots - and more beautiful turf!
What does core aeration do? Core aeration is the process of mechanically removing small cylinder shaped plugs of thatch and soil from the lawn/root zone. This process leads undoubtedly to stronger roots in the lawn. When paired with other force multiplying processes such as overseeding and lime, the benefits can be remarkable!
Contact your local Turf Armor specialist today to discuss core aeration, overseeding, and lime!