Liquid Aeration Benefits for Your Lawn

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Romeo MI Lawn AerationWhat Is Liquid Aeration?

Liquid aeration is a convenient and cost effective alternative to manual aeration.

These are solutions that are simply mixed with water to be used with a hose-end or backpack sprayer. The mix is then applied evenly across the lawn, breaking down dense clay particles which in turn creates small channels to help the aerification process.

Continual applications of liquid aerators are normally needed for sustained results. As a bonus, some solutions on the market will contain other added ingredients such as aminos and humic/fulvic acid to further condition the soil.

One noted benefit is that liquid aeration can provide complete and total coverage. This is something that cannot be done with core aeration alone. However, liquid aeration may not produce as immediate results as that of manual aeration.

Most liquid aerator products are quite gentle on your lawn. These solutions, though very concentrated, can be used throughout the growing season without adding much stress to your grass. Some solutions are safe enough to even use around trees, shrubs, and garden beds.

How Does Liquid Aeration Work?

Liquid aerators work differently compared to manual core aeration. As mentioned above, instead of physically poking holes in the soil, you’re spraying a solution over the lawn.

Since it’s a liquid solution this eliminates the need for equipment or tools unlike traditional methods which include the use of a spike or core aerator.

The power behind these solutions is an active ingredient that is similar to what you find in soap called ammonium lauryl sulfate.

This substance is classified as an anionic surfactant as it holds a negative ionic charge. Clay soil is also negatively charged and if you remember from chemistry class while opposites attract, two like charges will repel each other.

This makes ammonium lauryl sulfate perfect for the dispersion of clay particles, and in high concentration is a gentle, yet effective topsoil conditioner.

After spraying the lawn, the solution will get to work by breaking down the dense soil particles creating small pores in the profile to help loosen the soil. The pores allow more air, water, and nutrients to reach deeper, which promotes healthy root growth.

Aeration is about more than just creating airways in the dirt. It improves the quality of the soil.

As the roots grow deeper and more essential nutrients are made readily available, you’ll be able to enjoy greener grass and healthier plants.

Why Choose Liquid Over Manual Aeration?

There is no doubt that core aeration works and is an effective method to loosening soil.

However, manual aeration may not always be viable for some homeowners who may need to look at other options, such as using liquids instead.

Manual aeration can have several drawbacks whether you use a spike aerator or a coring machine.

Spike aerators are sold as tools that you manually press into the ground. There are also spiked shoes designed for aeration. With these tools, you are physically pressing down onto the soil to create air pockets.

For folks with larger yards, this can be time consuming, physically exhausting, and inefficient.

On the other hand, there are powered coring machines that take some of the back-breaking work out of the equation.

Although, they are still time-consuming and are oftentimes costly. This is considering that you have to rent one of these machines, do the job, and return it.

This is part of the reason why liquid solutions are an attractive option.

More reasons to choose liquid over manual aeration:

  • Saves time and energy
  • Cost effective
  • Easy, versatile applications
  • Can be applied throughout the year
  • Gentlest way of aerating your lawn
  • Contains other ingredients that further condition the soil

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source: getlawnstar.com

Lawn Pests & The Diseases They Can Cause

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Fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes are common threats that pack a big punch in the disease department. One bite from any of them can transmit a number of diseases to both humans and animals.

Fleas

Flea infestations in your yard are just a stone’s throw away from being a flea infestation in your home. The most common diseases transmitted directly from fleas to people include:

  • Tularemia
  • Bubonic Plague
  • Murine Typhus
  • Allergies (from flea saliva)

Ticks

The American Dog tick, Lone Star tick, and Deer tick (Blacklegged tick) are the most common species of ticks. They are most active in the Midwest between April and September and prefer areas that are heavily woody, bushy, or contain tall grassy areas.

Ticks are carriers of a large list of diseases. If you ever find a tick on your skin or notice a tick bite, make sure to identify the tick and monitor for signs and symptoms of a medical emergency. Tick bites can usually be identified by their bullseye appearance on your skin.

The most common diseases transmitted from ticks include Lyme disease, Ehrlichiosis, and Rocky Mountain spotted fever.

Mosquitoes

Most mosquitoes will plague your area from May-October in the Midwest. You may notice a rise in population due to damp or humid conditions, including excessive rainfall and flooding.

Mosquitoes carry hundreds of diseases and can transmit them to their prey in a single bite. Additionally, humans may have allergic reactions to bites that cause the area to get extremely itchy, red, and swollen. Some diseases transferred from mosquitoes include Zika virus, West Nile, and more.

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source: apluslawn.com

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