Yard Butler D-6C Manual Lawn Coring Aerator

To get a great looking lawn, you have to prepare the soil beforehand. To keep a great looking lawn, you have to perform regular maintenance.

The easiest way to do that is by having the right tools on hand to work with.

That’s where the Yard Butler comes in. This tool can help with a multitude of lawn problems - and it can help prevent problems, too.

For example, with the Yard Butler, you can put an end to water that puddles on your lawn.

Water puddling can occur when the ground becomes too hard packed to allow the water to seep in. By aerating, you can solve that problem.

Sometimes, it’s the dry climate and harsh temperatures that can cause the soil to become tough.

The Yard Butler D-6C Manual Lawn Coring Aerator works by piercing through the soil to allow necessary nutrients and oxygen to penetrate below the surface. You can tell if you need to aerate by taking a look at your yard.

If you notice problem areas such as poor runoff, circles of dead or dying grass and thatch, then it’s time to aerate.

When your lawn is struggling because it’s not getting the oxygen and nutrients down to the roots of grass and plants, no matter what you do on the surface, it won’t improve the lawn.

So if you’ve been fertilizing like you should, mowing and weeding and water as needed and your lawn still doesn’t look healthy, do a soil check.

You can check to see if you need an aeration tool by taking a hard object such as a screwdriver and putting it below the lawn surface.

If you have to do a lot of shoving and it’s tough to get the screwdriver to go below the ground, then it’s time to aerate.

Using the Yard Butler, you want to gently press your foot on the bar between the prongs to force them below ground.

To make sure that you get the entire lawn done correctly, go vertically across your lawn and then cover the lawn horizontally with the aerator. Once you’ve finished aerating, it’s okay to fertilize if you want to.

You also want to water the lawn to get the water down into the root system.

By aerating a lawn, you also cut down on the amount of water your grass and plants need because the aerating gets the water down instead of letting it rest on the surface.

For best results, you want to aerate your lawn at least twice a year.

Do it once in the spring and once in the fall. The Yard Butler works on wet or dry lawns.

This durable tool is made of strong steel and comes with a lifetime warranty.

Yard Butler D-6C Manual Lawn Coring AeratorYard Butler D-6C Manual Lawn Coring Aerator$23.04

Yard Butler G-CORE Green Line AeratorYard Butler G-CORE Green Line Aerator$21.43

Learn more here in our online guide to choosing lawn mowers and trimmers based on their performance and best features of the various models: How to Buy The Best Lawn Mower For Your Needs.

You can also learn here about lawn care for beginners to help you grow a beautiful grass lawn.

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