To aerate or power rake

03/26/2010 | Columbus Telegram (Neb.), The

Power raking and core aeration are helpful to lawns, writes Kelly Feehan, an extension educator. Core aeration, which needs to be done more often than power raking, relieves compaction to allow more water and fertilizer into the soil and help roots grow. Gardeners in Ohio should wait until mid-April to fertilize their lawns.

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