Late May and June is the time to consider Aeration. This action puts oxygen and water down into the root zone by opening and loosening the soil. Aeration should not be done before April 15th as Georgia is still under a freeze watch till mid-April and this action can damage the roots. Bermuda becomes thick and healthy when the soil temperature reaches 70 F.

If that is an action you wish to consider, please send us a request and we will provide a quote.

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