Hydroseeding is the process of seeding your lawn with the use of a slurry-like mix of water, seed, fertilizer, and soil, which are all contained in a hydroseeder tank. The tank keeps its contents evenly mixed, and the mixture is thereafter sprayed onto your lawn surface using a high-pressure method. You never have to worry about whether hydroseeding distributes the mixed material evenly. The dye that is contained in the mixture enables the spreader to give full coverage evenly. So unevenness that occurs in other lawn broadcast methods and any clumpy effect of lawn spreading is avoided when hydroseeding is the method used. Use the services of a hydroseeding contractor to design a beautiful lawn.
Seals In Moisture
When the mixture is sprayed on your lawn, the grass seeding process provides a protective green layer of hydromulch that seals in moisture. This protective layer also prevents rain from washing the seeds away. Mulch also shields the seeds from other elements such as soil erosion, sunlight, and wind. When the application hardens, erosion problems are prevented until the hydroseeded plants grow and take full control as permanent erosion blockers.
Germination And Sprouting Time Span
The process of hydroseeding promotes fast germination while also preventing slope erosion. This method promotes an improved lawn look with germination usually beginning in a shorter time period. Sprouting begins in only a week sometimes.
Different Types Of Seeds Can Be Used
If there are areas on your lawn that you wish to have filled in with different types of seed, your landscaper can accommodate those hydroseeding needs. So you can have lawn areas such as your front lawn, areas where high traffic takes place, and even sunny or shady areas filled in with different types of seed that benefit the particular areas.
Hilly Location Benefit
If your home is located on a hilly plot, the benefit and beauty of this location can be a show piece in the future after your landscaper uses hydroseeding to evenly distribute the seeds contained in the mixture. Your landscape contractor will establish a vantage point at the bottom of the hill where he or she will stand before beginning to spray the seed mixture. That approach will result in as smooth a landscaping finished job as it would be on a flat surface. The hilly surface will be a favorite place for you and family members to just lie down and enjoy for relaxation purposes.
Narrow Areas Are Not A Problem
Sometimes there are narrow areas on some lawns, but that's not a problem for your landscaper. Hydroseeding works fantastically for areas like flowerbeds, sidewalks, and walkways. Application of hydroseeding in those areas makes for an attractive lawn as well.
To learn more about hydroseeding, contact a company like Bark Blowers & Hydroseeding Inc.Share