Our tutorial will teach you everything you need to know about scarifying a grass. We assure that nothing about it is even remotely scary.
The first step is always to cut the grass with your lawn mower. You have to do this gradually.
'Then, begin weeding thoroughly, eradicating any larger weeds first.' Unless your lawn has weeds, pluck them out by hand rather than using a weedkiller.
Keep in mind that dry grass should be used for the scarification procedure.
This procedure is critical since scarification is usually performed prior to reseeding, and lawn seed adheres better to well-hydrated turf.
Autumn is by far the best season for scarifying your lawn because success is dependent on speedy recovery.
Water your lawn a few days before scarification, and avoid scarifying a wet lawn.
Scarification works best when the lawn is somewhat moist - not too wet or too dry.
Scarification should be done at least once a year to remove any organic matter that has accumulated around the base of your grass, such as thatch and moss.