Hollow/solid tine aeration

Hollow tine aeration allows oxygen, water and nutrients to freely penetrate the soil and root system of the plant.

This is achieved by running a tractor-mounted aerator over the surface. The machine punches holes into the area at a specified depth and width removing small plugs of the profile, this can be broken up to self-top dress the area if the soil is suitable or the waste can be removed to be replaced with a more suitable top dressing.

If a profile is particularly poor or if the main problem is a soil compaction issue, then we may suggest solid tinning where there is less disruption from the removal of plugs.