Often when we look at a lawn that’s not doing well, we see that compaction is a part of the problem. Regular irrigation or even consistent foot traffic can compact the soil, making it harder for turfgrass roots to do their job. Deep roots and uncompacted soil mean efficient processing of water, oxygen, and nutrients, which leads to a lush, healthy lawn.
If it appears your lawn is suffering from compaction, M&M Lawncare and Landscape will recommend core aeration. It’s a simple process in which we run a core aerator across your lawn. The core aerator removes plugs of soil and reduces compaction. Core aeration works best when followed by lawn overseeding and our lawn fertilization program. Contact us today to learn more.