Why will scarification be benificial to my lawn?
Scarification removes thatch from the lawn’s surface allowing water, nutrients and air to penetrate into the “root zone”. Thatch is a layer of organic matter that covers the surface of the soil. Too much thatch can choke a lawn and stop it from growing healthily and evenly. By scarifying your lawn you will allow more nutrients to reach the root zone.
By removing the thatch you might be left with thin or bald areas, over-seeding injects new seed creating a lusher, thicker lawn. Once you lawn has been seeded it is vital that the lawn is watered regularly for up to the next three weeks and all traffic is kept to a bare minimum. (Please note that we recommend scarification and seeding is only carried out at certain times of the year.)
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