August Lawndry Lines 2019
Don’t Wait to Aerate!
Aeration and seeding time is right around the corner. Fall is the absolute best time to have your lawn aerated and seeded and here are a few reasons why:
- Fescue grass is a cool season grass and will become established better as fall temperatures set in.
- The new grass will get the benefits of fall rains.
- The new grass will not experience heat stress.
- Fall is usually a less “weedy” season so the new baby grass won’t experience competition for space in the lawn.
- Fescue grows great in cooler temperature so the root system grows good and deep so that the roots will be in moister deeper soil.
We make great lawns. We do things the competition simply will not take time to do. Going over the lawn ONE time with the aerator just plain isn’t enough. The whole point is to reduce soil compaction in order to loosen the soil so that the grass root system grows freely and deep, moisture goes deeper in the soil and so do the nutrients the grass needs. WE TRIPLE CORE AERATE. Yep, that means we take the time to go over the lawn at LEAST three times pulling thousands and thousands of soil plugs from the ground which deposits them back on top of the ground creating a nice seed bed for the grass seed. In areas the larger equipment can’t reach we use small tillers to break the crust of the soil so that our seed can reach the ground and flourish.
We use the absolute best quality seed that money can buy. We use high quality Turf Type Hybrid Fescue that is drought and disease tolerant. We produce the best lawns in middle Tennessee! We’re not bragging here but it’s the truth. We Love Love Love lush green lawns and have a down pat process.
So with all that being said, we will start aerating and seeding irrigated lawns the third week of August. If we have provided this service for you in the past you will be given a quote soon. If you have never used this service be prepared to be impressed. Call us today at 615.269.7706 or email us at Helpdesk@turfmanagersllc.com and we can give you a quote over the phone.
Now that we have told you about how we aerate and seed lawns, please tell all of your friends about how we do things. If your friends have a lawn we want them too, if they don’t have a lawn we bet they know someone that does. Plus this is impressive knowledge.
SO, please spread the Turf Managers name out there.