Thursday, 8 October 2009


Continuing on with his maintenance, having scarified the lawns at the front of the college, Josh begins a process called Aeration. The machine he uses has lots of solid tines on a cylinder that spike holes into the lawn as it moves. These holes enable oxygen and moisture to reach the grass roots, carbon dioxide to escape and remove compaction, allowing roots to grow deeper and to spread more easily.

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