Atlanta Fall Aeration and Overseeding
An essential for your Fescue lawn.
Summer can take a toll on cool-season grass, leaving Fescue lawns thin and patchy. Aeration and overseeding, available as an add-on service to the Silver and Gold plans, help your lawn grow thick and lush.
Our Aeration Treatment Plan
Grass grows best in porous soil, making our dense Georgia clay a challenge. Aeration loosens up the soil, allowing sufficient air, water, and nutrients to travel down to the root system, where they can nourish the turf. The results are:
- A thicker, more weed-resistant lawn
- A stronger, healthier root system
- Improved resistance to drought, heat, and other stressors
- Optimal results from overseeding
Our Overseeding Treatment Plan
Unlike most warm-season grasses, cool-season Fescue does not self-spread. To keep it thick and prevent bare patches, new Fescue seed needs to be laid down. To increase seed germination and get the best results, overseeding is done right after aeration.
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