Why does your lawn need aeration? The aeration of your lawn is the process of pulling plugs of dirt from deep underneath the ground to the surface of the lawn. This process will make your lawn less compacted. There will be a decompression of the soil. When that occurs, the soil will be allowed to breathe. Carbon dioxide shall be absorbed and oxygen will be given off. There will be better consumption of water. Deadened grass shall seep downwards and act as fertilizer.
When oxygen is given to your soil, along with carbon dioxide, the process of photosynthesis shall be aided and you shall have a more vibrant lawn.