Lawn Care Aeration in Dallas-Fort Worth2024-02-05T10:29:53-06:00

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Lawn Care Aeration in Dallas-Fort Worth

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Topdressing and Aeration Service San Antonio
Topdressing and Aeration Service San Antonio

Improve Your Soil in Greater Dallas-Fort Worth!

Rejuvenate the soil as nature intended. Unleash pathways deep in the earth, invigorate bio-organic activity, and enhance soil depth for a lush lawn that will delight you.​

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Liquid Aeration

Enhance soil aeration and water penetration with cutting-edge liquid aeration, effectively revitalizing compacted soil.

Liquid Aeration

Why do I need to Aerate?  What does aeration do?

Your lawn is like an iceberg. Your roots should be deeper & broader than your grass is tall 
(which is essential for healthy turf).

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Why Aerate?

Compacted soil restricts root growth. Liquid aeration, rather than core aeration, penetrates deeper & wider, creating thousands of pathways for nutrients, water & roots.​
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When is the Ideal Time to Aerate Your Lawn?

Lawn aeration is an important process for maintaining a healthy and lush lawn. It involves making small holes in the soil to allow air, water, and nutrients to reach the roots of the grass. In Texas, where summers are hot and dry, this process becomes even more crucial.

Soil & Turf Health

Visible Results.

Developing a robust root system is key to achieving lush, vibrant turf. You’ll notice visible improvements in as little as 7-10 days! Say goodbye to hard soil and impermeable clay – they’ve finally met their match.​

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Do I mow before or after service?2021-11-10T10:47:43-06:00

Though there are no hard, fast rules to lawn care, as a general rule, the grass should be mowed before topdressing and aeration. This removes excess lawn waste and exposes the soil, which helps the fertilizer work more efficiently.

When should I see results from my lawn aeration treatment?2022-07-27T12:32:53-06:00

If you are watering and mowing correctly, as a rule of thumb, during the growing season you should see results in 2 weeks. For weed treatments (and depending on the specific weed type) you should see “curling & wilting” in about a week. It may take up to 3 weeks for weeds to die, longer in the winter, early spring, and late fall.

How can I prevent drought stress?2022-09-15T14:11:47-06:00

In dry Texas weather, preventing drought stress can be a challenge.

Here are steps to help prevent drought stress in your lawn!

1. Use the Cycle & Soak Watering Method. Water your lawn in three or four shorter cycles until you’ve reached 1″ of water. Shorter cycles allow the water to soak into the soil a little at a time, avoiding a runoff. Not only will you incrementally increase the depth of the water’s reach, but you’ll also promote deeper roots and healthier plants.

2. Maintain proper seasonal mowing heights. Protect your lawn from drought stress by cutting no more than 1/3 of the leaf blade when mowing.

3. Utilize Water Retention Applications (surfactants) & Optimized Irrigation Systems. Our team can ensure that your lawn water is being retained and isn’t wasted via excess evaporation or runoff.

4. Grass Cycle – Keep the grass clippings, don’t bag them. The clippings have water in them as well as nutrients that are vital for your drought-stressed lawn. Return them to the soil. Your lawn will look like it needs to be raked. Don’t worry! The grass blades will quickly fall between the standing grass blades and disappear from sight.

These articles may be helpful as well:

Cycle & Soak Watering Method

Ways to Avoid Drought Stress

Water Retention Applications

Irrigation Audits & Maintenance

What type of soil is in Central Texas?2022-09-15T16:01:59-06:00

Central Texas soil is thin, full of clay, and on a layer of Limestone.

As many of our customers can attest, it takes some intentionality and extra love to get a gorgeous lawn (especially one worthy of the “lawn of year” title).

During your home’s construction, the yard is stripped of any soil, compacted due to the build, and then topped with a thin layer of soil and a patch of grass. You are then left with shallow, compacted, and hard soil.

Compaction from construction and Limestone are the leading causes of poor soil in Central Texas.

For more info, read this blog

Or, check out this video with our owner, Luke Hawthorne

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