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Aerating & Spring Tine Harrowing 

Independent studies have shown a marked increase in the performance of grass production on fields that have been regularly aerated. Our Grassland Aerator perforates the top 100 mm of the soil structure allowing water, air and nutrients to the roots, the process also tears existing root structures to generate new growth, alleviates compaction and improves water drainage. The best times to aerate are early in the season, prior to grass starting to grow. 

Then coming behind the Aerator is the Spring Tine Harrows which removes dead grass, aerates the sward, helps prevent thatch and moss build up, encourages vigorous growth and breaks up/distributes manure and mole hills which is all part of essential paddock maintenance.

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