Core Aerations, LLC v. Level Turf Corp. et al. Georgia Northern District Court
Filed: March 12, 2008. Plaintiff: Core Aerations, LLC Defendant: Level Turf Corp.,
Q: Is core aerating effective in improving all species of turf grass? A: Yes, both
cool season (i.e. Kentucky bluegrass) and warm season grasses (i.e. bermuda ...
It's commonly called “core aeration” in the lawn service industry, and you ...
Turfgrass in compacted soil (left) grows slowly, lacks vigor and becomes thin ....
Thatch collects above the soil at surface level and becomes intertwined in grass
What's a better choice: power-seeding vs aeration overseeding? Let's explore the
... The natural consequence of these inevitable conditions is tired-out turf. We're
talking ... Each “core” that is removed will reveal a cork-sized cross-section of
what lies beneath the surface. You'll see the ... I appreciate this level o...
Mechanical aeration provides an excellent, and probably the only, means of
correcting or ... Aerating machines remove plugs of soil from the turf area, thereby
creating an ... Aerators always remove a soil core whereas solid tine spikers do
It's commonly called “core aeration” in the lawn service industry, and you may
have heard of it as soil cultivation (coring, spiking and slicing). Most homeowners