Tines on a lawn aerator dig plugs of dirt, allowing water and nutrients to get to the root system below.
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A lawn aerator has tines that dig plugs of dirt from the soil, and allow water and nutrients to get to the root system below. The aerator is self-propelled — moving forward when the tines are engaged.
The aerator leaves plugs on the dirt behind to indicate which areas have been covered. Use the lawn aerator in spring and fall.
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