159Re: [craftsmanlawn] Re: What is the cheapest, but easy way to aeriate my st. augustine grass
- Jun 9, 2008don't try the spikes on the foot method it does not work. I.rent aerator for half day .2. fertilize with Scotts starter fertilizer you don't want to burn the area .3. put down some pellet lime it breaks down quickly to level out the acid level in soil .4.wait a week then take up moss and loosen soil then seed fertilize again light put peat moss on it and keep moist until you see the seed----- Original Message -----From: lawndoc7Sent: Sunday, June 08, 2008 5:37 PMSubject: [craftsmanlawn] Re: What is the cheapest, but easy way to aeriate my st. augustine grassScotts has good fertilizer
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Sent: Sunday, June 08, 2008 4:25 PM
Subject: [craftsmanlawn] Re: What is the cheapest, but easy way to aeriate my st. augustine grass
fertilizer put a light shot pkus air rate it with a good unit from home depot good luck
--- Matt C wrote:
> I have mostly clay soil and there are some parts of the lawn that are green but are not thick like other areas... is this an aeriation problem or thatching? help me decide which..... I have used a Robowmower for four (4) years and it's great! It is a great compromise between using a lawn service and mowing it yourself.
> I saw some aeriation shoes on line (kinda funky spiked shoes) but I wonder if they really do the trick...
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