In addition to loosening soil and reducing thatch buildup, aerating your lawn is a great way to keep newly sewn seed and fertilizer from washing away. But aerating and seeding can often be two big undertakings, especially if you have a large lawn.
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Brinly’s 40" Tow-Behind Aerator-Spreader allows you to simultaneously complete these two big projects at the same time. The heavy-duty aerator perforates the ground, while the high-quality drop spreader puts seed, lime or fertilizer directly into the soil where it works fast and can’t wash away. This heavy-duty, hard-working tool is built tough with extra durable tubular steel framing and drawbars. The 100 lb. capacity hopper made from 18 gauge all-welded steel minimizes twisting and flexing when loaded. And the aerator’s galvanized steel 8” tine stars stay sharp, won’t rust and achieve a penetration depth of 2 inches to properly reach root system.