Aeration Of Turfgrass Areas

Reducing water infiltration into the soil will lead to water runoff and an increase in soil erosion. On level surfaces, reduced infiltration will cause ponding of water, increased water loss through evaporation, and an increase in disease pressure. If you’re considering seeding your lawn, you may wish to combing lawn seeding services with lawn . Proper lawn aeration will dramatically increase your new grass’s chances after seeding. Talk with your local Lawn Doctor about how you can combine lawn aeration with our lawn seeding services. After undergoing aeration, the grass will be better able to handle incidents of stress, such as extreme heat and lack of water. Aerating your lawn not only makes the grass thicker and healthier, but it also helps your lawn bounce back quicker from extreme conditions.

Now that the soil is nice and porous, teeming with earthworms and microbes creating a healthy soil ecosystem there’s yet another benefit. Any applied nutrients stay at the application site (instead of washing off onto your neighbor’s lawn). Many water treatment processes use a variety of forms of aeration to support biological oxidative processes. Fine bubble diffused aeration is able to maximize the surface area of the bubbles and thus transfer more oxygen to the water per bubble. As a general rule, smaller bubbles and a deeper release point will generate a greater oxygen transfer rate. Coarse bubble aeration is a type of subsurface aeration wherein air is pumped from an on-shore air compressor.

Many common lawn weeds are simply better at thriving in poor soil conditions than grass. Crabgrass, goosegrass and buttonweed grow better in compacted soil than turf grasses do. White clover does well in nitrogen-poor soils (because it can make it’s own), a problem when nitrogen can’t reach the root zone or can’t be utilized because of poor microbe activity.