Lawn Care Cultural Practices
Cultural Practices are lawn care maintenance services that create a healthy balance between the soil, air, and water in your lawn. These services include core aeration, dethatching, over seeding, top dressing, and slice seeding. Carpenter Costin’s lawn care professionals can determine what cultural practices will improve the quality of your turf, and implement the desired method(s) to renovate your lawn, repair unhealthy sections, create denser turf, or establish a new lawn.
- Core Aeration – reduces compacted soil and removes thatch to increase air, water, and nutrients in your soil for an improved root system.
- Dethatching – removes thatch and dead grass from your lawn to improve air flow, moisture, and nutrient flow in your turf.
- Over Seeding – application of seed in existing lawns to improve turf density, and increase germination speed and root development.
- Top Dressing – addition of a thin layer of nutrient rich soil to promote germination, retain moisture, and improve root system development.
- Slice Seeding – repairs damaged lawns by slicing the existing turf and soil, and implanting new seeds in the disturbed soil to promote quick germination.
Our lawn care experts can advise you on cultural practices, and provide the necessary services to turn your dead lawn around, establish a new lawn, or improve the health and beauty of an existing lawn. Please inquire for a free consultation with one of our lawn care pros.