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Liquid Aeration Gives Your Lawn More:
Nutrients, Water, & more
Soil Conditioning or sometimes referred to Liquid Aeration is designed to break up and loosen topsoil and encourage deeper rooting to drive more oxygen into the topsoil profile. By utilizing key bio- stimulants and highly oxidizing material at key growth stages, Lawn Dog Liquid Aeration will give you the “breakthrough” you’ve been looking for in your lawn. With continual applications, drainage starts to improve. Water and nutrients reach further, allowing roots to grow deeper. At the same time, essential microbes in the soil multiply and help produce humus, which creates nutrient-rich soil.
The combination of improved soil and roots results in thicker, healthier lawns. These same benefits also help other plant life thrive. You can use a liquid soil aerator around trees, shrubs, and even garden beds.
Why Is Soil Aeration Necessary?
Soil aeration helps the soil breathe. It allows more air, water, and nutrients to reach the grass roots. There are numerous issues that can lead to the need for aeration, including:
- Heavy use
- New construction
- Soil layering from sod
- Too much thatch
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Benefits of Liquid Aeration
- Get a fuller, greener lawn
- Fill in bare spots or thin areas of your lawn
- Naturally break up thatch
- Naturally prevent weeds and disease
How Often Should This Be Performed?
This is a 2 step application and both steps will be required for maximum effectiveness (one in the spring and once in the fall).
HOW DOES LIQUID SOIL AERATOR WORK?
Mechanical Aeration, although important, serves a different purpose and only addresses a small portion of the soil surface – leaving 80% of the soil undisturbed. Liquid aeration allows roots to dive deeper, will crack the rest of the soil and, with the aid of powerful oxygen adding ingredients, will provide a dynamic shift in your soil. After spraying the lawn, the active ingredient gets to work breaking down the dense soil particles and creating small pores to help create loose soil. The pores allow more air to reach deeper, which also promotes the development of beneficial microbes. With loose soil, water also reaches deeper, delivering essential nutrients to the soil and the roots of grass and other plant life.
The combination of nutrients and microbes also helps promote the development of healthy humus, increasing the richness of the soil. Aeration is about more than just creating airways in the dirt. It improves the quality of the soil. As the roots grow deeper, you can enjoy greener grass and healthier plants. You may also cut down on watering your lawn or applying fertilizer. Denser soils, such as clay soils, may require additional applications. Luckily, liquid soil aerators can be used throughout the year, unlike manual aerators. That is just one of the many benefits of choosing a liquid solution over manual coring.