There is no doubt that the plugs left after aeration make the lawn look unsightly. Some homeowners prefer to rake away the plugs, while others prefer to leave them in the yard. But what is the best practice?
Experts recommend leaving the plugs on your lawn after aeration. The plugs will break down naturally after a few days and return nutrients to the soil, thus improving the soil’s fertility and overall health. You can aid the breakdown by deeply watering your lawn or aerating it just before it rains.
If you are still confused about what to do with the soil plugs after aeration, this article will give you all the answers you need.
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