Hydroseeding - spray on seed mixtures

Hydroseeding - spray on seed mixtures from BurHor

By: BurHor  05-Sep-2012
Keywords: Garden and Lawn Care, Erosion Control, Grounds Maintenance

Hydroseeding is a process where seeds, a biodegradable glue, and recycled paper mulch are mixed into a slurry and sprayed onto a surface. Hydroseeding can use grass or other seeds, and can be sprayed onto any surface. Fast, efficient, more versatile and with greater seed viability than traditional seeding methods. It also results in far less impaction to the target area and access zones. For optimal results we on poor or heavily compacted soils we use our Bark Blowers and Slinger truck to put down a layer of soil mixture and/or drainage material to suit the seed and location, prior to hydroseeding. We can even add a dye and other materials like straw or other material binders.

Keywords: Bark Blower, Bulk Landscape Product Placement, Erosion Control, Garden and Lawn Care, Grounds Maintenance, Hydroseeding, Landscape Management, Landscaping Material Placement, Lawn Seeding, Open Space Management and Maintenance,

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