YOU KNOW WHAT A GOOD
SOIL FEELS LIKE, RIGHT?
Nice and loose and easy to work with. Unfortunately the soil in your lawn probably isn't that way. If your lawn was installed recently (past 10 years) your soil has probably been bulldozed moved, had all the beneficial soil life destroyed and been compacted significantly. Even if your soil hasn't been disturbed for a while, it may be suffering from constant trampling and compaction by kids or pets. If you've been using a chemical lawn program, your soil life probably isn't thriving. Since grass roots grow in the air space between soil particles, your soil needs to be nice and loose if you want to have a healthy lawn. The following services can help - click on any of them for more information.