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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.,  ...

A3710 Lawn Aeration & Topdr.. - The Learning Store - University of ...

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Core aeration (cores of soil are pulled from the ground) can even help smooth out a turf surface. Most lawns will benefit from being aerated every 1–5 years, with ...

Turf Care 101 - Classen

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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 stems.

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Why Aerate? | RYAN Turf Renovation Equipment

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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  ...

Aeration of Turfgrass Areas — Center for Turfgrass Science — Penn ...

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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 not.

HGIC 1200 Aerating Lawns : Extension : Clemson University : South ...

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Revised by Trent C. Hale, Extension Turfgrass Specialist, Clemson ... On level surfaces, reduced infiltration will cause ponding of water, increased water ... The practice of physically removing cores of soil and leaving holes or cavities in the lawn is defined as core aeration or .... L · M · N · O · P ·...