With a growing company, it's important to keep all employees safe at all times and informed on what their jobs entail as well as any updates going on in the company. We recently just completed our quarterly employee training geared toward newer employees that emphasizes training in Pesticide Usages, Equipment, Company Procedures, and Safety.
You may see little holes in your association's grass and wonder what that's all about. “Aerating” the soil means pulling out little plugs of soil usually about 1/2 in thick to 3-6 inches long across the surface. Those holes loosen the soil and make it easier for air, water, and nutrients to reach down to the roots and improve lawn health. Removing small cores of soil from your lawn reduces soil compaction and promotes root growth for healthier grass! Benefits of Aerating Improved air exchange between the soil and atmosphere. Enhanced soil water uptake. Improved fertilizer uptake and use. Reduced water runoff and puddling. Stronger turfgrass roots. Reduced soil compaction. Enhanced heat and