Liquid Aeration 101

By Isaac Arnold

Do you wish you had a beautiful lawn? Healthy soft grass that you & your whole family can enjoy? Then you need a lawn aerator. To have a healthy lawn you have to aerate!Is your lawn the sore spot on the street? Do you wish you had a healthy soft lawn your kids could play on? There are many different types of lawn aerators, and liquid aerators are one excellent way to improve your turf.

Liquid Aeration

Among the different types of lawn aerators, liquid aeration works totally differently. It is basically a soil conditioner with benefits. Liquid aerators create the perfect soil density by lessening crusting, aggregating sandy soils, and loosening up clay soils. With good soil density, the grass roots can then reach water and other nutrients improving their root system and thus the whole lawn. With healthier grass, your lawn can fight off bugs, disease, and weeds easier.

Mechanical aeration is good, even essential, unless you have a good liquid aerator. Liquid aerator works as well as mechanical aeration plus it has acid & chemicals in it which allow the soil to recover from toxins. Many lawn have toxins left over from previous pesticide and herbicide treatments done throughout the year.

The second advantage liquid aerators have over mechanical aeration is they remove sodium from the grass roots. Too much sodium in the soil can often cause compaction in high clay content lawns. Relieving sodium from the soil at the level of the roots once again give the roots room to grow.

Sodium encourages compaction in high clay content soils & also reduces nutrient absorption. With a good liquid aerator you can avoid these negative affects of sodium by pushing it past the root system of the lawn allowing your healthy green grass to thrive.

One liquid aeration application is not going to cut it. You have to use it on a regular basis just like any other type of aeration for healthy green grass. - 29857

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