Deep tine service

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Deep Tine Service

Managing soil compaction, improving gas exchange, and encouraging deeper roots is always a good way to help turfgrass plants thrive. Deep tine aeration conducted in the spring and/or fall, when cool-season turf plants naturally go through a growth period, is a great way to encourage increased root development.  Or use smaller tines during the Summer to alleviate turf stress due to compaction and excess soil moisture levels.  

Sports fields and golf courses are especially prone to compaction, making it difficult for the plants to establish a healthy and deep root system.

Deep Tine Service will improve water infiltration, air exchange, alleviate compaction, and produce a healthier turfgrass soil profile.

A solid tine is most commonly used to produce the hole or channel while fracturing the soil profile.  Since no core is removed, no cleanup is required.  Special turf tires are used to prevent surface disruption.  The playing surface is ready for use immediately after the Deep Tine Aeration is completed.