Designed to break up and loosen topsoil and encourage deeper rooting to drive more oxygen into the topsoil profile, liquid aeration is an effective replacement for traditional mechanical core aeration when it is unfeasible to perform or is cost prohibitive.

Is mechanical or liquid aeration better?

Benefits of Liquid Aeration

  • Liquid aeration creates fractures within the soil allowing for deeper penetration of water; roots will in turn follow, making nutrients available that were previously unreachable by the plant.
  • Liquid aeration can be done anytime during the growing season.
  • Liquid aeration covers the entire lawn.
  • There is no need to mark sprinkler heads, invisible fences or cable lines.

The goal of aerating a lawn is to get more oxygen, water and nutrients into the root zone. Improving the aeration within the soil is especially beneficial to lawns that are growing in clay or compacted soils.

Liquid Soil Aeration

What is liquid aeration and why do it?

We recommend the use of both where possible.  While it can be said that mechanical core aeration only deals with the top 6" of soil layers, the fact remains that a  hard compacted crust built up here can prevent even liquid aeration products from penetrating.

For our toughest properties, we recommend a mechanical core aeration in the spring after green up, followed by a liquid aeration in early fall to drive roots deeper.  by utilizing both methods in this manner, we can better ensure a dynamic shift in your soil takes place.

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