At Organic Nature Lawn Care, it’s our goal to make sure that your lawn is lush and healthy. Two of the most important ways in which we succeed in establishing healthy lawns are by seeding and aerating a landscape. Both services play a vital role in turf health, which is why they are at the top of our list.
Choosing the right seeds is very important when seeding your lawn. We take our time to choose high quality seeds and the right vendors. We are also careful to choose the right varieties and types of seeds for your lawn. Planting the right seeds in the right place is a key component for the success of your lawn. When seeding your lawn we are also introducing new varieties of desirable grasses in order to make your lawn more resistant to diseases and summer droughts.
After the winter, our first service focuses on restoring the lawn’s soil and the health of the grass. Some lawns become very distressed over the long winter months and some fungi diseases may leave scars. All our effort in reseeding and aerating your lawn is to restore balance while introducing new turf varieties allowing your grass to grow healthier and stronger, meaning less weeds and less susceptibility to diseases and summer droughts.
When we aerate your lawn we are improving soil intake of nutrients and water, increasing root deepness and density, creating a lush green swath that is more resistant summer droughts, weeds, insects and other pathogens. Where grass is thick and healthy, weed seeds have no place to germinate, and the grass can put down a wider and deeper root system, which can pull nutrients and water from the soil more efficiently. The best time for over seeding and aeration are in the fall and spring, where temperature and conditions are very favorable to seeding germination.
Some reasons why you should aerate your lawn:
- Reduces your dependency on water
- Encourages deeper roots
- Aeration encourages a thicker lawn (meaning less weeds)
- Reduces compaction
- Aeration will help your lawn to absorb more nutrients because of the increase of water and air intake, helping micro and macro-organisms to do their job, helping your lawn.
- Aeration reduces run-offs
- Aeration reduces your lawn dependency on fertilizers
- Aeration helps aerobic bacteria
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