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Why Aerate a Lawn?

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Why Aerate a Lawn?

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Aeration loosens compacted soil. An aerated lawn needs to be watered less and provides roots with more room to grow. Aerating a lawn will also improve nutrient absorption and air circulation in the soil.

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Megan Smith has been a freelance writer and editor since 2006. She writes about health, fitness, travel, beauty and grooming topics for various print and Internet publications. Smith earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in writing from New York University.