When should my lawn be scarified?
The scarification process is an important part of maintaining a healthy lawn. This is especially true during the periods of the year when the potential for new diseases growing is particularly high. These periods tend to be in the months around autumn and spring. All lawns, however, have individual characteristics. Some lawns will produce more thatch than others, for example, so it can be challenging to predict any kind of required frequency.
It is quite normal for a lawn to need scarification between once a year and once every three years. However, for a more accurate idea, please get in touch with us. Here at Green Grow Lawn Care, we’d be happy to offer advice based your individual situation.
When should my lawn be aerated?
Aeration should be considered a vital part of general lawn care. A lawn cannot be aerated too often as such, but as a general rule we suggest the process should be carried out somewhere between once a year and once every three years. However, as all lawns are generally unique in their growing habits, we recommend speaking to us at Green Grow, where we’d be more than happy to offer advice based on your own situation.