The Q&A Archives: aereating lawn

Question: Is there a particular season of the year that is better to aereate my lawn? Is it best to wait until spring?
Thanks, Mary Simpson

Answer: The best time to do aeration is when the lawn is actively growing. Early fall, as soon as the weather has cooled a bit from summer's high temperatures and there are seasonal rains, is a great time in your area. Be sure to use a machine that pulls up plugs or cores rather than one with spikes that just punch holes. Good luck with your lawn!

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