Is it really necessary to aerate a lawn? The answer is, absolutely!
Warren, OH -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/28/2016 -- In early spring, many lawns have been matted down due to leftover fall leaves and the winter snow pack. Many homeowners may be considering lawn aeration, but it is important to know aeration has to be timed just right.
Spring aeration should be scheduled when the ground is moist enough to eliminate the possibility of damage by the coring tines. Never aerate if the ground is too muddy or the soil is too dry. Remember, to water in advance of the scheduled aeration if there hasn't been much snowfall or early spring rain.
Aeration allows air, water and nutrients to get down into the root structure of the lawn, thus enhancing growth and a strong root system. Law aeration also reduces thatch. A lush lawn and strong roots help to combat disease and tolerate severe weather fluctuations such as drought.
When purchasing a lawn aerator, be sure to select lawn aerators and dethatchers from quality manufacturers like Ryan, Bluebird and Classen. These brands are the top of the line in the industry! Local dealers like Power Equipment Warehouse, http://www.powerequipmentwarehouse.com should have them in stock.
About Power Equipment Warehouse
Power Equipment Warehouse and its affiliates are family owned and operated since 1947. Brands of power equipment supplies sold include: Toro, Husqvarna, Honda, Little Wonder, Mantis, MTD, JRCO, Ryan, Brown, Bluebird, Trac-Vac, Trimmertrap, Jungle Jims, Velke, Rhino and many, many more. Power Equipment Warehouse is the trusted name in the outdoor power equipment industry.