What is Hydroseeding?
Hydroseeding is the simple procedure of applying grass seed, fertilizer, hydromulch and water in one liquefied application. Various soil amendments and soil stabilizers may also be used in the mixture depending on the needs of the environment.
How much does Hydroseed cost?
Hydroseeding prices will vary greatly. Conditions such as Grass type, soil additives and slopes and access are some of the factors that will affect cost. The price is based on the square footage of the area and ranges from .11 cents to .13 cents. We have a hydroseeding calculator which will provide a rough estimate based on yard size.View our hydroseeding calculator
I see green/blue stains on my foundation and my walkway after my yard was hydroseeded, will it go away?
Yes, the green dye that may have splashed onto your foundation or walkways will usually fade away within a few days and can be hosed off with a garden hose.
Is Hydroseeding better than sod?
Having your lawn sodded will give you a perfect lawn that day. Hydroseeding can take a few weeks to see your lawn fully develop. Hydroseeding is also 65%-70% less expensive than sod.
Do I need to have new soil/loam brought in before I hydroseed my yard?
Additional soil is sometimes required if the existing soil is sterile or is nutritionally deficient beyond reasonable control.
Can I walk on my newly hydroseeded lawn?
Yes, you may walk on the surface when watering, being careful not to disturb the mulch mat.
When is the best time to hydroseed?
Hydroseed can be applied anytime between April and October. Late summer early fall is the best time
due to the warm moist soil conditions and less weed competition.
Spring - gives you a jump on a nice lush lawn for summer and fall. Make sure you water a little more frequently due to the hot weather.
Fall – gives you a nice lush lawn for the following spring. The lawn will be a little thin in the fall, but by
next spring it will thicken up and fill in nicely. You will have a nicely established lawn the following spring
Will the green mulch cause any harm to our family pets?
NO. All components of the hydroseeding process are environmentally friendly and will not cause harm to
How do I prepare the area that needs to be hydroseeded?
There is no difference than the way you would prep the area for sod or seeding conventionally. However, preparing the ground for hydroseeding is a very important part of the entire process. Remove existing grass and weeds. If there is an excessive amount of vegetation in the area, a nonselective herbicide, such as Round-Up, can be sprayed over the entire area to kill unwanted weeds.