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RESEARCH: Study from University of Tennessee finds air injection aeration methods cause least disturbance to turf

Research from the University of Tennessee has found that air injection aeration is more effective in treating turfgrass than traditional core aeration, dry material injection, solid tine injection, and hollow tine injection. The study collected ball roll distance, surface hardness, and digital images to compare between the different aeration methods, and found air injection to…
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