Liquid Aeration is a liquid application which is splitting the soil structure at a much smaller scale than traditional Mechanical Core Aeration. Liquid aeration covers the entire lawn allowing deep penetration of water, which roots will in turn follow, making nutrients available that were previously unreachable by the plant. Liquid Aeration is chemistry going on in the lawn, nutrients breaking down together creating oxygenation while in turn amending the soil.
Benefits of Liquid Aeration:
There is no need to mark sprinkler heads, invisible fences or cable lines.
No holes are made into the lawn and no grass is removed.
The soil structure is split at a much smaller scale, allowing deep penetration of water which roots will follow, making nutrients available.
Covers the entire lawn unlike core aeration which pokes holes every 3-6 inches.
Creates billions of fractures within the soil and encourages greater rooting and helps to fight heat stress.
Colorado soil compacts easily because of the high amount of clay in the composition. One of the best ways to loosen hard Colorado soil is through core aeration, allowing water and micro-nutrients to enter the soil and allow roots to grow deeply beneath the surface, creating a strong, healthy lawn. Aeration also helps your lawn to flourish at the beginning of the growing season by loosening the soil for root development, while gently decreasing the thatch in your lawn. In the fall, aeration breaks up the ground after being baked hard again by the hot summer sun and allows autumn and winter moisture to absorb even when your grass is dormant which sets your lawn up for success in the spring. Our minimum recommendation is once a year but highly recommend twice a year to increase absorption of water and nutrients and overall lawn health.