Like older aeration processes, verticutting is a landscaping technique intended to help your lawn grow stronger, thicker, taller, and to retain moisture more effectively. Verticutting is achieved with a verticutter machine that cuts slices into your lawn, instead of punching holes like older aerators. The greatest advantage of verticutting is that it also helps remove thatch buildup so your grass can establish stronger and deeper roots.

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Why Aeration and Verticutting?

  • Improved air exchange between the soil and atmosphere.
  • Enhanced soil water uptake.
  • Improved fertilizer uptake and absorption.
  • Reduced water runoff and puddling.
  • Stronger turf grass roots.
  • Reduced soil compaction.
  • Enhanced heat and drought stress tolerance.
  • Improved resiliency and cushioning.

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