Column: Aerating soil in summer avoids soil compaction

07/31/2009 | Augusta Chronicle (Ga.), The

Soil compaction can inhibit lawn growth, especially in clay soils or areas with heavy equipment traffic, writes Sid Mullis, the director of the University of Georgia Extension Service Office for Richmond County. He notes that aerating can increase the flow of air, water and nutrients through the soil. Aerating should be performed in the summer months for best results, according to Mullis.

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