Liquid Aeration

At GrassRoots Turf, we are experts at keeping Macon lawns looking beautiful all year long. Our team of locals has spent many years studying the conditions and climate of our area to make our lawn treatments a success. We take great pride in helping homeowners in Macon, Warner Robins, Perry, Byron, Fort Valley, and the surrounding areas keep their yard healthy and vibrant. We provide liquid aeration and fertilization services to balance your soil’s pH levels and keep your turf looking its best.

Not sure how aeration works? Let us explain. Aeration is the process of creating microscopic holes in the soil that help the roots of your grass better absorb water, fertilizer, oxygen, and other nutrients more efficiently. This way, your lawn has the best chances to thrive. Here are a few commonly asked questions about our liquid aeration process.

Why should I aerate my lawn?

Over time, the soil in your lawn can become compacted, making it difficult for nutrients like water, fertilizer, and oxygen to reach the roots of your lawn. Without easy access to these essential nutrients, your lawn can suffer. Aeration is essential to reducing soil compaction, no matter how the compaction was caused. After a professional aeration treatment, your lawn’s roots can spread out and grow stronger. Not only that, but your lawn will also become more resilient to foot traffic, heat, and even drought.

What makes liquid aeration better than traditional aeration?

In the past, lawn care companies have used mechanical instruments to manually aerate the soil. However, traditional aeration isn’t able to penetrate as deeply into the soil or balance the soil’s pH levels. Liquid aeration works at decreasing soil compaction without being disruptive or scarring the lawn. Because the treatment is applied as a liquid, we can better balance the pH levels, provide full coverage, and minimize trauma to the soil.

What time of year is best for liquid aeration?

Your technician will help you determine the best time to apply liquid aeration, but in general:

Warm season turf – including Bermuda, Zoysia, Centipede, and St. Augustine – should be treated between April and June.

Cool season turf, such as fescue, should be treated in September and October.

How quickly will my liquid aeration treatment work?

Typically, liquid aeration takes 24 hours to begin working. The weather conditions and humidity levels are big factors in how quickly you will see results. You may notice results four days after the treatment. For best results, we advise you to water your lawn for at least two weeks after the treatment. If you have any questions about your results or your treatment, our customer service representatives are always available to answer any questions.

Interested in learning more about our liquid aeration treatments?

Give us a call today! Our friendly customer care team will be happy to answer any questions you might have, then get you started with a quote. We can’t wait to make your lawn look its best!