Aerating

Why Aerate?

Aerating the land reduces the amount of fertiliser you need by up to 30%. It also improves drainage, reduces compaction of the soil and improves infiltration of water and nutrients in the soil. This is normally done in the spring and autumn.

 

Large Areas to Aerate?

Front mounted 6 metre aerator which can be combined with an air seeder and 6 metre spring tine harrows which help clear the moss and thatch in the turf. This combination work very well to help rejuvenate and revitalise the quality of the grass. The benifit of having front and rear mounted equipment means that both jobs can be done in one pass which results in less compaction and damage to the land.