THATCHING: Spring and fall are the perfect time to give your lawn some priming. Thatching is best done in early spring, before the height of the growing season kicks in. Lawns develop a layer of thatch that sits on top of the soil which can cause the roots to separate from the soil, preventing water and fertilizer to penetrate. This could eventually cause the grass to dry out, discolor and die.
AERATION: Aeration is best done in the fall, to mend any damaged caused by mowing and harsh sun conditions. Aerating the lawn increases moisture penetration, enhances oxygen levels in the lawn, reduces soil compaction, allows the seed to sit in the ground itself to minimize loss of seed due to rainy conditions and hungry critters and increases the penetration of fertilizers.
• SEEDING & SOD • WEEKLY LAWN CUTTING • MULCHING • LEAF REMOVAL • SHRUB PRUNING • WEEDING • EDGING