Mechanical Aeration is a procedure in which a specialized machine is used to remove a plug of soil about the size of your thumb. This process is done over the entire lawn and greatly beneﬁts turf health as well as root development. The beneﬁts of aeration include:
Overseeding is a process in which seed is applied to an existing lawn to repair summer damage, ﬁll in thin or bare areas, and to achieve an overall fuller and denser lawn. This process is best paired with aeration in the fall, but can also be done via ‘slit seeding’ where we use a specialized machine to cut the seed into the turf.
At Butler County Turf Solutions we believe a healthy lawn starts with a healthy soil. That is why our professional fertilization service begins with a complete and thorough soil test to identify just the right balance of nutrients that your lawn needs, including Nitrogen, Potassium, and Phosphorous as well as micro-nutrients like Iron, Calcium, Magnesium and more.
Through our 6-step fertilization program tailored to your individual needs, we replenish the soil and nutrients to give you the healthiest lawn possible. At the same time, we provide liquid weed control to eliminate unsightly weeds such as Clover, Dandelion, Crabgrass, and Nutsedge. Because we care about your safety and the environment, all products are applied following all EPA/State/Federal guidelines by licensed and experienced applicators only.
Lawn renovation is used when overseeding simply won’t cut it. When the existing lawn is invaded by multiple unsightly turf types it is best to start over. We begin by neutralizing the existing turf and then aggressively aerating and slit seeding with a heavy rate of premium seed. Starter fertilizer is then applied at the correct rate to ensure the proper nutrients are available for quick germination.
Summer is the perfect time to enjoy the outdoors, whether it be with company around a patio and pool, or in the yard with family. However, with summertime comes Mosquitoes and their uncomfortable bites. Our afforddable program will reduce their population, protect you and your family from being bitten, and help you reclaim your outdoor space.