Fall is generally considered to be the time when your lawn is preparing to go dormant for the winter season, but it is also the best time to aerate and overseed your lawn, and fill-in those thin spots.
Aeration is the process where small soil cores are mechanically removed from the lawn. This helps grass to thrive by penetrating the dense thatch layer that can stifle your lawn’s growth and promote fungal infections. Additionally, aeration allows air, water, and nutrients
Now that fall is upon us we may feel as though we can finally park the lawn mower and just forget about our grass until next spring. However, as tempting as the thought may be, this is actually the perfect time to perform a few yard chores that will give next year’s lawn a significant boost. Your grass may appear to be going dormant, but it is in fact storing away moisture and energy for spring. You can help your lawn by raking (or using your lawn mower’s bag attachment) to