Lawns where a lot of activity takes place can become compacted. Over time thatch can also build up to create a barrier keeping water and air from reaching the roots. Spike aeration loosens the compaction and penetrates the thatch to let air, water and fertilizer down to the root zone. Healthy roots are essential to good lawn growth. Professionals aerate both spring and fall, depending on the type of grass, but aeration is good for most lawns anytime. Check with your lawn care professional for the best schedule for your area. For large lawns, simply choose a new smaller section to aerate as part of your regular maintenance. Spike aeration is also great to prepare an existing lawn for re-seeding or over-seeding and for fertilizing.
Yard Butler IM-7C 37″ Lawn Spike Aerator:
- Four 3″ spikes loosen compacted soil and penetrate thatch
- Reduces soil compaction, water run-off and puddling
- Lets air, water and fertilizer down to the roots
- Promotes vigorous root growth, strengthening tolerance to drought and heat stress
- Ideal for preparing a lawn for fertilizing or over-seeding
- Gardening aerator has extra durable, all-steel construction
- Dimensions: 37″ x 9″ x 1″
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