Scarification is a very important part of the lawn treatment programme for most lawns. Allowing thatch to build up in a lawn causes many problems
Thatch is the term used to describe the layers of organic fibrous material found in turf. Thatch build up naturally occurs in turf and cannot be entirely prevented.
Scarification can mechanically reduce the thatch levels in the lawn allowing air moisture to penetrate the soil profile leading to a productive soil environment, the process also encourages the grass plant to tiller and thicken up the sward. The scarification process can be useful in controlling moss creeping weeds. This is usually carried out once or twice through the year.
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