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Research done by Oregon State University shows that "simply by aerating your lawn you can use 20-30% less water."


Aeration is a process of removing plugs or "cores" from a lawn to create passageways in the soil.


These passages transport oxygen, water and nutrients and support the lawn's ecosystem.

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Dethatching is done with a machine called a turf rake. The turf rake loosens unhealthy debris in lawns such as thatch, moss and pine debris so the debris can be removed creating space for healthy turf growth. Thatch is an accumulation of dead grass that is not decomposing. Dethatching is also referred to as power raking. Think of it as a mower with vertical blades. Dethatching scratches the soil surface in 1" rows. This improves seed germination rates and makes the soil surface more level. Learn more.

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Overseeding brings to the lawn fresh, locally sourced seed that's ideal for residential lawns in the Willamette Valley. Our blend of perennial rye and fescue can supplement the lushness of existing lawns or encourage growth in sparse patches. Sowing seeds of desirable grasses is a great way to compete with invasive plants. Overseeding works well in conjunction with dethatching and aeration. 

Grass Seed Grass Roots Lawn Aeration Ore

​Slow release provides lasting fertility

Contains essential nutrients and micro-nutrients

Adds organic matter to the lawn.

Environmentally friendly 

Safe for pets and children

Will not burn

Guaranteed weed and dirt free

Guaranteed Analysis 4-3-2 + 7% Calcium

pH Testing and analysis offers insight into nutrient availability in the soil and proper application of lime (calcium) for rebalancing your soil's pH.  pH testing can help identify the causes of trouble spots in need of extra attention.


Clay soils tend to be acidic and benefit from pH balancing.




 Learn more.

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