Tired of Core Aeration?

Using SoilTech in place of mechanical aeration will save money and increase your profit margins.

  • SoilTech aerates 100% of the lawn, while mechanical aeration only treats 5%.Application is less labor intensive, reducing worker fatigue and the potential for workers comp claims.No more damaged sprinkler heads.
  • SoilTech aerates 100% of the lawn, while mechanical aeration only treats 5%.Application is less labor intensive, reducing worker fatigue and the potential for workers comp claims.No more damaged sprinkler heads.

New Cash Flow

Lawn care operators will have a new cash flow product in SoilTech.

  • SoilTech can be mixed in with your standard application and offered to your customers at an additional premium price.SoilTech appeals to customers because it is an environmentally friendly product.
  • SoilTech can be mixed in with your standard application and offered to your customers at an additional premium price.SoilTech appeals to customers because it is an environmentally friendly product.

Increase Your Production

A standard mechanical aerator can only cover up to 25,000 ft² per hour.  Normal tank spraying covers 50,000 ft² per hour – that’s double the amount of production.  

The Mechanical Aeration Myth

There is a myth out there that says mechanical aeration is the only way to reduce compaction.  Read this and see really how affective mechanical aeration is on a lawn.

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The Primary Reasons Why You Aerate:

  • Enable the soil to soak up more water and increase water penetration, resulting in a better-looking lawn, especially in dry conditions.Give the root system a place to expand, resulting in a better root system and a greener lawn.Allow for better air exchange to increase the root system’s efficiency, resulting in a healthier plant.
  • Enable the soil to soak up more water and increase water penetration, resulting in a better-looking lawn, especially in dry conditions.Give the root system a place to expand, resulting in a better root system and a greener lawn.Allow for better air exchange to increase the root system’s efficiency, resulting in a healthier plant.

Unfortunately, mechanical aeration does have problems that eat into your overall profitability.

How is SoilTech Better?

When SoilTech is applied to the lawn and watered in, it expands and creates microscopic channels as  it pushes through the soil profile. These small channels provide the same benefits as mechanical aeration: better water penetration, room for roots to expand, and a place to draw in outside oxygen and expel carbon dioxide. SoilTech does all of this and affects 100% of the treated area, as opposed to mechanical aeration which affects only 5% of the treated area. (This is a very simplified explanation of a very complex chemical action and reaction — click here for the full story.)