Overseeding & Aeration
5 Benefits of St. Louis Lawn Aeration
A lawn aerator allows air, water, and nutrients direct access to the root system. Not only does lawn aerating give you a better looking lawn, but it also thickens the turf, which promotes deeper root growth by allowing the roots to expand and grow deeper into the soil. Aerating your lawn can be done in the Spring or Fall for maximum benefit.
- Improving drainage and reduce runoff
- Reducing soil compaction
- Controlling thatch development
- Reducing drought damage
- Allowing water, air, and nutrients direct access to the root system.
In Missouri it is not uncommon for cool-season lawns to look less than perfect after the stress of a hot summer. Disease, drought, heat, or poor soil may mean that it’s time for a round of overseeding. To keep a lawn looking great it will probably need at least some overseeding each year. The optimum time to seed cool-season turfgrasses is during September. This is when nature establishes cool-season grasses; therefore, the best results with the least amount of work occur at that time. March and April are second choices for seeding a lawn.
Our Service Areas:
We proudly service the following St. Louis areas: Ballwin, Chesterfield, Fenton, Frontenac, Kirkwood, Town & Country, Webster Groves, Jefferson County and St. Louis County
Lawn Maintenance Calendar
June 2013: With the warmer weather, you will want to water and mow your lawn properly to help prevent drought and new weed growth. These habits will be important throughout the rest of the summer to help keep your lawn looking the way you want.
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