Tuesday, October 10, 2006
Boy, did I get lucky! Last week I scheduled my lawn to be aerated today. With yesterday's moisture, the crew was able to pull nice, deep plugs from my sod. If you haven't aerated yet this year, or you had a lot of compaction on your lawn areas over the summer, you might want to aerate this month. Aeration in Spring and/or Fall is one of the best things you can do to promote better water and air movement into the soil. This is also the best month to give your bluegrass or fescue lawn its last dose of fertilizer.