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Ensuring that your lawn's soil maintains healthy airflow is crucial for your grass to thrive in the long run, and aerating your lawn is an effective way to achieve this. It's essential to pay attention to this critical aspect of soil care in your lawn care routine, as poor soil airflow can deprive roots of vital nutrients, resulting in the gradual deterioration of your grass over time.
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Sprinkler, Utilities and Equipment
We will inspect the property and mark any visible sprinklers and exposed utilities. If there are any other concerns, please let us know or mark them when we arrive.
Please note that we do not assume responsibility for any damages to items that are not marked or visible.
We clean our aerating machine, blow, and wipe off after every visit to prevent cross-contamination on your lawn.
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We use equipment that can reach the root zone of the grass and create holes deep enough to allow air, water, and nutrients to reach the roots.
The holes created by the aeration are evenly spaced throughout the lawn to ensure that all grass areas receive the benefits of aeration.
We carefully run the equipment to avoid damaging the grass or creating too many holes, which can weaken the grass.
We take precautions to protect your irrigation system during the aeration process, including flagging visible sprinklers to prevent accidental damage.
Lawn aeration is typically most effective when done at the right time of year, which varies depending on the type of grass.
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With years of experience in the industry, we have developed a strong reputation for delivering top-quality service.
At MyGreenCrew, customer service is a top priority. We are responsive to any questions or concerns about the aeration process or related services.
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When is the best time to aerate my lawn in Salt Lake City, UT?
Warm-season grasses such as Bermuda, Zoysia, and St. Augustinegrass should be aerated during the active growing season, specifically mid-late spring or early summer, for optimal recovery. It's essential to ensure that the soil is moist and the grass is in good condition before aeration; this will help the grass recover quickly and efficiently from the aeration process. This applies to other warm-season grasses as well.
Do you do an Aeration before preemergent herbicides and fertilizers?
We recommend aerating before applying pre-emergence herbicides and fertilizers. Doing so after the herbicide application can weaken the chemical barrier against weeds. Additionally, fertilizer after aerating can aid the lawn's competition against weeds. Remember to water the lawn after aeration, especially in regions with high temperatures and drought conditions.
What are the benefits of aeration?
Core aeration is a process that actively removes small plugs of soil and grass from the lawn to bring benefits, such as: Improving soil structure: By actively removing small plugs of soil, core aeration actively allows air, water, and nutrients to penetrate the ground more quickly, promoting healthy root growth. Reducing soil compaction: Core aeration helps break up compacted soil, leading to better water and nutrient absorption. Enhancing water infiltration: Aeration allows water to soak into the soil more quickly, actively reducing runoff and promoting more profound root growth. Improving fertilizer absorption: Aeration actively creates small pockets in the soil that allow fertilizer to be absorbed more easily. Promoting grass growth: Aeration actively helps to promote healthy root growth, which leads to better overall grass growth. Reducing thatch buildup: Thatch is a layer of dead plant material that can build up on top of the soil. Core aeration actively helps to break up thatch and reduce its buildup. Decreasing weed growth: Aeration can actively help reduce weed growth by improving the overall health of the lawn. Improving stress tolerance: Aeration can help reduce stress on the lawn, making it more resilient during periods of drought or heavy foot traffic. It is important to note that the specific benefits of core aeration can vary depending on the particular type of grass, soil conditions, and overall lawn health.
What can you expect after lawn aeration?
After aerating a lawn, it is a great time to fertilize and seed it. The holes made by aeration provide a perfect environment for fertilizer and grass to reach the roots of the grass. Allow the soil plugs or extra soil to dry on the lawn; they break down with rain and mowing, adding beneficial soil and organic matter to the yard's surface. Additionally, avoid heavy traffic on the lawn for a few days after aeration to allow the soil time to settle. About ten days after aeration, the aeration holes will be filled with white, actively growing roots, indicating that the turfgrass is receiving extra oxygen, moisture and nutrients from the soil. You will observe a reduction in water puddling and runoff on compacted soils.
How do I know if I need lawn aeration?
Thatch build-up: A layer of dead and living grass, roots, and other organic material that accumulates on top of the soil; if the thatch layer is more than half an inch thick, it can prevent water, air, and nutrients from reaching the roots of the grass. Compaction: if the soil in your lawn is compacted, it can be difficult for roots to penetrate and absorb nutrients; this can lead to a thin and patchy lawn. Poor drainage: If water tends to puddle on your lawn after rain or irrigation, it may be a sign that the soil is compacted and not allowing water to drain correctly. Heavy traffic: If your lawn gets a lot of foot or vehicle traffic, the soil can become compacted, making it difficult for grass to grow. Grass appears thin, patchy, or spongy when walking on. Slow to recover from drought or heavy foot traffic. The lawn is not responding to fertilization or irriga
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