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Aeration and seeding, as part of regular lawn maintenance, goes a long way in creating a thicker, healthier lawn that you’re sure to love for years to come.
Throughout the year, your lawn can become more compacted from regular use, resulting in a layer of tightly bound dead grass and roots, called thatch, to build up at the base of your living grass. This thick layer of thatch can block essential nutrients, water, and oxygen from reaching the roots, resulting in a dying yard. Aeration and seeding is incredibly important to remove the thatch and have a healthy, green lawn. If you're trying to find answers to common questions like when is the best time to aerate the lawn, head over to our lawn care blog to learn more.
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Grass roots need air, water, and essential nutrients to grow thick, healthy, and strong. Thatch build up can hinder this growth, making it necessary to remove it. The best way to compensate for thatch build up is through the use of aeration. When you aerate your lawn traditionally, you’re creating small holes down in the soil to alleviate compaction, allowing everything your grass needs to reach the roots. We also now offer liquid aeration which has many additional benefits without disturbing the soil causing potential weed problems.
In Virginia and Maryland, there are several options for when to aerate your lawn. From spring to fall, Blades of Green can provide the guidance you need to ensure you're making the best decision. Traditionally, the best time to aerate cool season lawns, like lawns made up of tall fescue or Kentucky bluegrass, is usually in late August or mid September. This is when cooler season grasses are coming out of their dormancy and starting to grow. Don’t know what kind of grass is in your yard? Our pros know! Give us a call today at 410-867-8873 and we can help you set up a plan that’s right for you!
Here at Blades of Green, we have a proven process that’s been developed over the course of 30 years. When you choose Blades of Green, our aeration services include:
After your lawn has been aerated, it’s time to seed your lawn! Aeration will create optimal conditions for seed germination, allowing new roots to reach deep down into the soil and establish a strong root system. These seeds will then transform into a thick layer of turf, which will not only look healthy and green but also prevent weeds from taking hold in your lawn.
Overseeding may not feel like a necessary step—but it’s actually incredibly important to the overall health and appearance of your lawn! The thicker the grass grows, the better it’s able to withstand stressors in the future. Benefits include:
Not sure if your lawn could benefit from overseeding? Give our professionals a call today at 410-867-8873 or contact us online!
Our aeration and seeding services are the fastest way to get a full, healthy, thriving lawn. It begins with a one-on-one over the phone consultation, where we will explain what is involved and evaluate your property’s needs. With just one visit, we will both aerate and seed your lawn. Our highly trained specialists are always happy to answer your questions and ensure that you have the right information to maximize the results of your aeration and seeding treatment.