DR Lawn Aerator

Aeration is the key for a healthier greener lawn.

Take your lawn to the next level with regular aeration. The DR is a pro-style coring aerator, that pulls 2-3″ plugs to channel moisture and nutrients to the roots. Aeration is an important piece of a superior lawn maintenance program, and the one that is most often neglected. Coring reduces compaction—the primary obstacle to healthy grass—allowing your lawn to breathe, absorb water and nutrients, and extend its root system. The cast-iron crankshaft synchronizes the tines. Each tine is precisely angled to cleanly extract a 5/8″ diameter plug of soil and automatically eject it. The tines literally “walk” the machine across your lawn.

£1,999.00

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Here’s how aeration fits into an optimal lawn care program:

1. Aerate twice a year!
Frequency may vary depending on soil, grass type, and climate. But in most areas, core aerating twice a year is one of the best things you can do for your lawn.

2. Mow with sharp blades.
Dull blades tear your grass, making it more vulnerable to disease. Obey the “one-third rule.”

3. Don’t cut more than a third of the grass’ height at a time.
Mowing short makes for a tidy look, but the lower you mow, the more herbicides and water are needed. Mowing higher encourgages roots to grow deeper.

4. Water deeply, but infrequently.
Overwatering promotes thatch, encourages shallow root growth, and wastes water. About 1″ per watering is a good rule of thumb (put out a tuna can and sprinke until it’s full). Frequency: when footprints on the grass remain compressed it’s time to water again. Daily watering is rarely necessary.

5. Mulch, don’t bag.
Not only does this save effort on your part, it returns valuable nitrogen and other nutrients to your lawn.

6. Go easy on the fertilizer!
Not all homeowners fertilize, but those who do have a strong tendency to overdo it. Fertilizer stimulates fast growth, thatch and the need for more mowing, which you don’t want (after all, the goal is to have a beautiful and heathy lawn, not to create an arduous lawncare regimen!). And too much fertilizer just runs off, washing into streams and lakes.

7. Stay on top of the weeds.
This doesn’t necessarily mean using chemicals. Thick, healthy turf, once established, will tend to choke out weeds. If you only have the odd weed poking through, pull it by hand. And don’t jump to full area treatments if you only have a few spot problems.

Features

EXTENDED-LIFE ENGINE
The 205cc Briggs & Stratton OHV engine provides 8 Ft-lbs Torque to the cam shaft drive. These engines are manufactured for extended life and smooth operation on the first start and the 500th.

GENTLE TURF TIRES
Steel rims and solid rubber tires provide necessary traction without leaving behind treadmarks. Because self-propelled drive comes from the cams themselves these tires can be smoother than on ordinary outdoor power equipment. The result is a neater looking lawn after aeration.

SELF-PROPELLED
The DR Lawn Aerator sets a comfortable pace moving at 2.5mph as soon as you engage the bail handle. Power from the engine is focused on the unique cam engine that propels the unit and drives the coring tubes. Manuevarability is easier than larger industrial units.

Number of Tines

3

Core spacing

4"

Core Depth

up to 2.75"

Effective Width

12"

Engine Type

Briggs & Stratton OHV

Engine Start

Electric

Cylinder Displacement

205 cc

Ft Lbs Torque

8

Speed

2.5mph

Cylinder

One

Air Filter

Dual Element

Lubrication

Splash

Fuel Capacity

2.7 Litre

Tyre Dimensions

10" Diameter

Dimensions (L x W x H)

64" x 36" x 45"

Weight

89kg

Warranty

2 Year Residential Warranty

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