Lawn edging is when an actual cut is made in the lawn. This “edge” puts a line between the grass and borders or sidewalks. Trimming is cutting grass in spaces where your lawnmower can't reach, such as against a wall or fence. There are several manual and power tools you can use to properly edge or trim a lawn.
Aeration is a lawn care practice designed to create openings in lawn turf and the underlying soil structure in order to penetrate the root and thatch layer and allow essential water and air down into the soil where it can better reach the grassroots.
Overseeding is spreading grass seed over an existing lawn. Done right, it's a straightforward process that gets results. As grasses mature, thinning is normal—especially if you enjoy your lawn and use it often. Overseeding keeps your lawn competitive and steeped in youth and vigor, without starting over from scratch.
Thatch is a mixture of dead and living grass, stems, and roots that form a layer on the top portion of your lawn's root system. Thatch is caused when the soil of your lawn can’t break down organic matter at the same rate it’s entering your soil.
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Mowing your lawn stimulates its growth. A grass plant’s purpose in life is photosynthesis — that is, pulling in carbon in the air, energy from the sun, and water from the earth to grow roots and blades of grass. When you cut off the tips of the grass plants, they are stimulated to grow more.
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