When should I aerate?
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Spring marks the time to aerate established warm-season grasses (Zoysia, Bermuda, Centipede, St. Augustine), just before, after, or during green-up.
Elite Tall Fescue (a cool-season grass) should be aerated in the fall.
Aerating improves established lawns by increasing air, water, and nutrient availability in the root area of your sod. Use a core aerator and for best results spread a 1/4" to 1/2" layer of Soil3 organic compost after aerating.
For further tips and a how-to video, follow this link: How to Aerate Your Lawn