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Over time, which is especially visible on lawns that are intensively used and established on heavy soils, the soil layer under the lawn becomes more and more compact (the amount of space between soil particles decreases).


As a consequence, the amount of air supplied to the grass roots decreases and the lawn withers, turns yellow, withers or rots. Then it is necessary to perform lawn aeration.


The purpose of aerating the lawn is to loosen the ground and supply air to the grass root system. In this way, we will provide better conditions for the growth of grass, and the lawn will better withstand intense trampling.

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