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Discussion in 'Turf Renovation' started by tbettis, Oct 8, 2007.
just wanted a general idea as to what an aerated lawn looks like
Core Areation pulls plugs approx 2-3" in depth from the turf allowing air, nutrients and water to penetrate the surface of the ground and help to balance the ph level of the soil. Here is a picture for reference.
thanks green.. not really exactly what i was looking for as far as a picture go, but i take it. thanks buddy
Picture hundreds of 2-3" dog tirds all over the lawn.
More like goose Turds!!!
is that leaded or unleaded?
thats halarious..... gas as in air, nitrogen, oxygen
Is there a good reference to read up on this process? I would like to better understand how this works. Will it improve all lawns or does it depend on grass and soil type? What about timing, is fall or spring better?
Evey lawn will look different. A lush lawn will hide all the cores and holes so you will see very little. What are you looking for?
just an idea of what it will look like afterwards..because my lawn is scheduled for it later this week.