Make Your Lawn Greener with Eco Garden Liquid Lawn Aerator
Spend more time enjoying your lawn and less time aerating it. Less maintenance more joy. Our liquid lawn aerator is specially formulated to replace manual aeration, increase water drainage, penetrate deeper in all types of soil. Why spending hours to aerator the top 3 inches of the soil when you can treat soil issues by simply spraying the liquid lawn aerator?
Try Eco Garden Liquid Lawn Aerator to treat lawn conditions including:
- compact soil
- clay soil
- standing water
- dries out easily
Works Fast & Easy To Use
Easy to use method to replace core and mechanical aeration. Apply during Spring, Summer, and Fall. One bottle will cover 32,000 sq.ft.
Penetrates Deeper Than Manual Aerator
Works on all soil types (clay soil, sand, compacted, etc.). Act as soil conditioner and improves overall soil and grass health by increasing root growth and fertilizer efficiency
Makes Grass Greener
Increases drainage, treats standing water and eliminates flooding. Helps to reduce mosquito larvae!
✅ Eco Garden Liquid Lawn Aerator
By drastically reducing the surface tension of the soil layers, our liquid aerator ensures you’ll be able to water your lawn less, and have it soak up more. When your lawn absorbs water more efficiently, it means you can reduce your water bill. By the same token, you won’t have to use so much fertilizer to get your desired results - greener lawns!
❌ Automatic Core Aerator
Comes with a serious upfront investment. Not suitable for people without lots of space to store it. A full-day rental costs almost as much as hiring a professional...Plus you have to set it all up and do it yourself.
❌ Manual Aeration
Very time and labor intensive. Not well suited to those with medium to large areas to cover. Results vary depending on the method you use. If you struggle with any aches or have a busy schedule, it’s also not viable.
❌ Strap-on Aerator Spike Shoes
Not effective and tend to break very easily. While they seem like a good idea, the holes they make cause the surrounding soil to compete for air, water and nutrients, which actually compacts your soil further over time.