What does aeration do to the soil?



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    Over time, lawns can become compacted. This limits the amount of water, oxygen, and nutrition that grass can absorb through the roots. When this happens, turf may start to look unhealthy, water can’t absorb, and fertilizers cannot infiltrate the soil and feed the plants. Aeration helps helps the earthworms and bugs (microorganisms) that live in the top layers of soil and keep your lawn in shape. “Keeping the “good” bugs happy means that your lawn is less likely to be attacked by “bad” bugs, which means you will not have to buy bags of pesticide (which kills both bad and good bugs).”

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