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Each year a group of home owners in my neighborhood come together and pay a gentleman to aerate all our lawns. I think $50 is a pretty good deal given the size of my lawn. Well, the guy had to move the date up for us and that date turned into this past Monday. I thought I had at least another week before he would come out to aerate so I gave my lawn one last treatment with ornamec to try to get rid of the Bermuda problem I have.
So that's why I am asking my the question above. I don't want to have my seed not germinate but I also don't want to miss out on getting good seed/soil contact by waiting too long after my lawn has been aerated.
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