Lawn aeration creates holes in the soil to encourage the growth of your grass. This is especially useful for compact soil, which happens when it is frequently stepped on.
When the soil is compacted, it becomes harder for the grass to deepen its roots, and its ability to absorb water is disrupted. This is why some gardeners put flowering plants and vegetables in a garden bed, where the soil isn’t flattened.
Aeration promotes soil drainage and worm activity, both good for the soil. We at Garden-R can help improve your garden soil by using a lawn aerator on your outdoor land. We schedule the best time to do it so that the nutrients and moisture can reach the grassroots more efficiently.
If you think your lawn needs mowing, aeration and basically more attention overall, Garden-R is here to help. Make your grass greener with our premium services.