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Q: What are the signs of termite infestation?
Q: How can I tell the difference between a flying ant and a termite?
Core aeration can give you a lush, healthy lawn.
Q: What is core aeration?
Q: How do I know if my yard needs aeration?
Q: Will spiking do the same thing?
Q: When should I aerate?
Q: How often should my lawn be aerated?
Q: When will I see positive results in my lawn?
Q: Will aeration make my grass grow faster?
Q: Is aeration a one-time fix that can be discontinued when my lawn has improved?
Q: How deep and how many cores are required for effective aeration?
Q: How long will it take for the cores left in my lawn to disappear?
Q: Can I aerate myself?
Q: How much does aeration cost?
Q: Is it important to aerate close to obstacles such as driveways, sidewalks and plantings?
Q: How wet should my yard be for best aeration results?
Q: Should I aerate during times of drought or high heat?
Q: Should I aerate newly seeded grass or sod?
Q: Can aerator tines damage sprinkler heads or other items in the lawn?
Q: When should I fertilize?
Q: Will my lawn require more fertilization after aeration?
Q: When should I apply pre-emergent for weeds?
Q: Is reseeding after aeration a good practice?
Q: Do I need to dethatch (power rake) in addition to aeration?
Q: Should I water after aeration?