We use core aeration for issues like bermudagrass installation and treatment, and the treatment of Zoysia grass as well. Our expert crews perform this lawn care service in the spring when your lawn is ready to be revitalized after winter weather and prepare to become greener and fuller for the remainder of the year. Our goal for your turf is to create a deeper, thicker root system by stimulating your turf and launching it into repair mode. The experts at Picture Perfect can be the ones to carry this process out!
This lawn care technique happens when your turf is having a tough time taking the nutrients and absorbing them. This technique is centered around bermudagrass and Zoysia grass to ensure that your unique turf is cared for properly. Core aeration will stimulate the roots of the grass that are affected by compact soil issues. This will allow the turf to loosen up enough to be able to accept the water and nutrients that you are feeding it throughout the season. Additionally, it will allow your soil to breathe. While it may not seem like it, underground roots of turf still need to be open enough to allow air to come through, making your turf healthier and better looking in the long run.
You might not notice when your lawn needs to be aerated. It’s pretty typical that you’d notice soil being compacted when you have a party and people park on your lawn, but the big, obvious ones aren’t the only place the issues come from. If you have a play structure or above-ground pool, those things can easily damage your turf. Directly correlated with that, those types of things attract more foot traffic to your lawn, and over time that can also lead to soil compaction.
When you keep an eye out for these things, you’ll most likely notice when your soil needs to be aerated. If you have these things happening year-round, you’ll want to have core aeration services provided every year.