Hydroseeding is a simple process. Water, seed, fertilizer and a protective mulch is mixed in a tank and sprayed onto the ground. This process is more successful than standard seeding and will look better than sod over time.
Water in the mix acts as a carrier, and the contact of the seed and the water will jumpstart the growth process.
Seed used in the hydroseeder doesn't need to be anything special. Nearly any seed can be used and at the same application rate as other seeding methods. These can include grass or lawn seeds, wildflowers, groundcover, seed for athletic fields and seeds for erosion control.
Fertilizer is usually used in the mix. A high phosphorus "starter" fertilizer that will stimulate root growth is the most commonly used.
Mulch is what gives it the green color. It does more than just make it pretty, it helps protect the seed and to seal in moisture.
Before we hydroseed, we want to make sure that the your yard is properly graded. We till your lawn, grade and then hydroseed. It's that simple. After 4 weeks, we will come back to check on it to see if we need to spray again. We can also spray lawns that are established but have patches, especially those worn down from pets.