Sports Turf

Traditional core aeration is time consuming and requires several steps to return turf to a playable surface. DryJect® is a revolutionary service which, when added to your maintenance program, can reduce the need for core aerification and greatly amplify the benefits of sand and other amendments by distributing them into the ground more completely.

DryJect’s high-pressure, water-based injection system blasts aeration holes through the root zone to fracture the soil, while it’s patented vacuum technology simultaneously fills holes with amendment. Relieve compaction, increase water filtration, reach the root zone with oxygen and amend your soil all at the same time, leaving the surface smooth and playable. Best of all, an independent DryJect service professional does it for you, so you don’t need to own the DryJect machine to experience its benefits.

DryJect allows you to:

  • Help new sod knit to the soil below by creating channels filled with amendment, allowing roots to penetrate deeper.
  • Punch through sports turf, allowing better root proliferation.
  • Combine soil modification with aeration for increased soil benefit.
  • Adjust aeration spacing and depth (up to 8 inches).
  • Inject amendments such as sand and porous ceramics directly into the soil.

Soccer, Football and Baseball

A distinct difference with Sports fields is that the turf is cut at a much higher height compared to greens and even fairways. Because these fields are cut at these heights, it is VERY difficult if not impossible to backfill hollow and solid tine holes with amendments because the majority of the amendment is caught up in the turf canopy. Using DryJect eliminates this issue!

Tennis, Croquet & Other

The challenge when back filling core or solid tine holes is to do so without leaving an overabundance of sand or amendment in the turf canopy. Leaving to much up in the turf canopy at one time can cause layering of amendment, then Organic Matter (OM), then amendment again. Most of the time it is sand when the goal is to dilute OM. This layering is detrimental to the root zone as it negatively effects infiltration rates by causing a perched water table above each sand layer. This is why the industry has gone to light and frequent topdressing practices. The higher the height of cut, the more the potential for layering when backfilling holes.

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