Wheeled Lawn Scarifier
Lawn moss and thatch have every right to be scared when this highly efficient and operator-friendly Wheeled Lawn Scarifier rolls into town as the 11 stainless steel blades make short spring and autumn work of the material you don't want blighting your grass
Lawn moss and thatch have every right to be scared when this highly efficient and operator-friendly Wheeled Lawn Scarifier rolls into town just pull the scarifier towards you and the 11 stainless steel blades will make short spring and autumn work of the material you don't want blighting your grass.
If you've ever tried to scarify a lawn before and found it too demanding, then the 41cm wide wheeled lawn scarifier is your invitation to take up this essential part of lawn care once again; the adjustable and telescopic handle (97cm up to 150cm) means you can set the scarifier up for maximum personal comfort, easing the strain on your back.
The large, heavy duty wheels provide tangible assistance when scarifying and by angling the wheeled lawn scarifier, you can lightly rake the grass sward or go in deeper to slice through creeping grass roots and provide additional soil aeration - this scarifier is a real star player in your lawn care team!
- Telescoping handle for maximum comfort
- Handle extends from 97cm up to 150cm
- Heavy duty wheels dramatically ease operation
- 41cm wide head
- Ideal for removing moss and thatch from lawn
- Use in spring and autumn
- Angle head to scarify lightly or deeper
Easier than raking out the dead grass. The blades would be better with a sharper edge.
Light and easy to use,certainly less tiring than raking
Our horticulturist Martin Fiddes says; "scarifying your lawn in spring and autumn is an essential part of lawn care. The aim is to remove moss and thatch which competes with the grass for nutrients and water and in the case of the latter, restricts air flow which can lead to the build up of fungal diseases.
"Some lawns have creeping fescue grasses and scarifying - especially with a bladed scarifier - cuts through the lateral growth encouraging the grass to grow - and if you apply a moss killer a week or so before scarifying , you should be able to rake out even more of the stuff!"