Scarification is a different process to aeration; it is primarily a turf grooming operation - you basically remove untidy growth, moss and control organic matter build-up.
Scarifying is light work if you use one of Stiga's electric lawn scarifiers.
What does the Stiga SV 415 E and Stiga SV 213 E do?
Both makes furrows in the soil, allowing water and oxygen to reach the grass roots removing dead roots, moss and other debris at the same time.
Both machines need a 15m electric mains cable that has to be purchased separately.
The Stiga range of electric scarifiers are lightweight and easy to use, and both scarifiers come with tines for aeration and blades for scarifying.
Stiga has focused on keeping these machines simple to use, no complicated controls, easy to start and easy to store.
For users with larger gardens who need more powerful machines, Stiga has introduced a 4-stroke self-propelled petrol lawn scarifier - the Stiga SVP 40 G.
Like its smalled counterparts, this machine is also pratical to use and comes with an easy start system. The 50Lt spacious grass collector bag - saves you time and effort as it collects the debris.
Whether you own a small garden and want the practicality of a light-weight, enviromentally friendly, easy to use machine - or have a much larger garden that requires more attention - we are confident that with the 3 machines that Stiga offer - you will find the right scarifier for your job.
Stiga are confident on the reliability of their new range of scarifiers - these machines come with 2 Years Warranty.