Can I buy my own Hydroseed?

Can I buy my own Hydroseed?

Professional lawn care companies will have the best, commercial-grade hydroseeders, but you can rent or purchase your own.

Can you Hydroseed over mulch?

While newly hydroseeded lawns do require extra water, you don’t want to break out the sprinklers right away! The mulch needs to dry fully before watering. After the mulch has had a chance to dry, you’ll want to begin your watering routine. In the first few weeks, you’ll need to keep the lawn constantly wet.

What is hydroseeding mulch?

HydroSeeding is a process where seed and any combination of fertilizer, lime, biostimulants, moisture retention polymers, tackifiers, and other additives are combined with water and a hydroseeding mulch to form a slurry that is sprayed onto the ground to establish vegetation and control erosion.

Will rain wash away hydroseed?

Did those torrential rains wash all your seeds away? Probably not. The good news is when we Hydroseed your lawn we are using 100% pure wood fiber mulch and a Tackifier (glue) that bonds the Hydro seed to the soil. If the soil is compacted there is a good chance the seed will not stay and possibly wash away.

What should hydroseed look like after 2 weeks?

Results At the end of these two weeks, the fescue seed should also be germinating. If weeds appear in the lawn, continue to mow them down as low as possible. The lawn may appear spotty, patchy, and even bare in some areas. This is completely normal, as is the appearance of weeds.

How do I prepare for hydroseeding?

Start by removing all rocks, sticks or other debris from the surface area. Next remove any exisitng grass and/or weeds. Proper landscape irrigation is a must for hydroseeding success, especially for Southern California. Install and test your irrigation system prior to hydroseeding.

Does hydroseeding really work?

Hydroseeding is cost effective. The cost to hydroseed is 60-80% less than the cost of sod and a lawn can be hydroseeded in 1/3 the time it takes to dry seed meaning labor costs are reduced without increasing the cost of materials. Turbo Turf Hydro Seeding systems can greatly lower labor costs.

What is the cost to hydroseed 1 acre?

Hydroseeding Costs Hydroseeding averages between $0.06 to $0.20 per square foot or $2,000 to $4,000 per acre. Small jobs of less than 500 square feet will, instead, be charged an hourly rate of $24 to $30 per hour.

What is in hydroseed mix?

Hydroseeding is a vegetative planting process, that utilizes a mixture of specially processed mulch(s), seed, and water. This hydroseed mixture is applied using a specially designed piece of equipment, called a Hydroseeder. Our organic fertilizer can be blended with the hydro-mulch mixture,…

Does hydroseed work?

How HydroSeeding Works. The key to the effectiveness of HydroSeeding is the mulch that acts as the growth medium for the seed. When the right mulch is applied at appropriate rates, the mulch provides moisture retention for faster germination, insulation from temperature extremes to prevent seed dormancy, and protection from erosion.

What is hydro mulch?

Hydromulch (or hydraulic mulch seeding, hydro-mulching, hydraseeding) is a planting process that uses a slurry of seed, mulch, and fertilizer.

What is a hydro seed?

Hydro Seeding. Hydro seeding is a planting process in which a slurry containing seed, hydro seeding mulch, fertilizer and a tackifier (bonding agent) is sprayed onto the ground.