lawn repairs or hollow tine aeration
We laid a new lawn last year after we dug up a neglected overgrown garden.
The soil was heavy clay and we added loam and a little horse manure for organic matter.
It is doing reasonably well but is quite lumpy.
We plan to give it a light mowing in the coming few weeks.
I think we need to use a hollow tine aerator and also do some lawn repairs to remove some of the lumps via an H-shaped cut.
Can anyone advise on whether we should do repairs first or hollow-tine aerate it first?
Any advice would be much appreciated