The time has come to start thinking about what we can do to prepare for the fall and winter seasons. Autumn is more than storing away the lawn furniture and raking up leaves. It's also the time for late aeration, dormant applications, watering, and winter pruning. We have included some important steps to take care of your trees and lawn from future damage and disease.
Lawn aeration needs to be scheduled
If your lawn gets heavy use, dries out easily, or was recently established then it is time to aerate.
is the time to aerate along with fertilizing to stimulate root growth before the ground freezes. When soil is compact it doesn’t allow plant's roots to grow and get the nutrition they need. A good way to allow nutrients and water to penetrate your grass is lawn aeration. Aeration will remove about 10 percent of thatch and improve the root zone. If you have not already done so, contact us today to schedule your aeration service.