Scarifying is the process of mechanically removing thatch and moss from a lawn using a special machine called a scarifier. Thatch is a layer of dead grass, roots, and other organic matter that can build up on a lawn over time, and moss is a common problem in damp or shaded areas. Scarifying helps to improve the health and appearance of a lawn by promoting better air and water circulation, reducing the risk of disease, and encouraging new growth.
Aeration, on the other hand, is the process of perforating the soil with small holes to allow air, water, and nutrients to penetrate the roots of the grass. This is typically done using a tool called an aerator, which removes small plugs of soil from the lawn. Aeration helps to reduce soil compaction, improve drainage, and promote healthy root growth. It is particularly useful for lawns that are heavily used or have a high clay content.
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