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haymaker
10-25-2005, 02:59 PM
I would like to hear from any body that has any direct experience using Turf2Max or Aerify or any other liquid aeration product out there. Haymaker

dwc
10-29-2005, 06:15 PM
I used Turf2Max on my lawn last year. My lawn was very spongy and took forever to dry out so I could mow. After using this, I can mow almost immediately after a rain, and my lawn stays more firm. The T2M is supposed to break up the hardpan so it helps to drain the soil and loosen it as well.
I would highly recommend this. My lawn needs another application to help keep it on track.

sildoc
10-29-2005, 09:15 PM
I used Turf2Max on my lawn last year. My lawn was very spongy and took forever to dry out so I could mow. After using this, I can mow almost immediately after a rain, and my lawn stays more firm. The T2M is supposed to break up the hardpan so it helps to drain the soil and loosen it as well.
I would highly recommend this. My lawn needs another application to help keep it on track.
What is the cost per K on this type of product? How is it applied? hose or sprayer.

dwc
10-30-2005, 04:40 PM
If I remember right it was around $3/K. I know you can get it a little cheaper if you buy more of it, but I just had a quart to do my lawn to try it out. It was like $30 for the quart.

haymaker
03-27-2006, 07:00 AM
I used Turf2Max on my lawn last year. My lawn was very spongy and took forever to dry out so I could mow. After using this, I can mow almost immediately after a rain, and my lawn stays more firm. The T2M is supposed to break up the hardpan so it helps to drain the soil and loosen it as well.
I would highly recommend this. My lawn needs another application to help keep it on track.

Had you ever used mechanical aeration to solve this problem?, and with what results? Thanks for the feedback. Haymaker