Hydroseeding is a mechanical method of applying seed, fertilizer, and mulch to land in one step. In this method seed and any combination of fertilizer, moisture retention polymers, and other additives are combined with water and a hydroseeding mulch to form slurry that is sprayed onto the ground to establish vegetation and control erosion. These ingredients are mixed in a truck or trailer mounted tank that contains either a jet agitation system or a mechanical agitation system which creates homogenous slurry. This slurry is then transported to the job site and sprayed over prepared ground in a uniform layer.
- Erosion control
- Local stability
- Aesthetical beauty
- Stabilize gentle slope without reinforcement insertion.
Hydroseeding offers many advantages over conventional seeding processes such as
- Quicker work completion.
- More Uniform Growth.
- Reduced Labor Costs.
- Superior Erosion Control.
- Virtually any grass or ground cover that is ertile can be hydroseeded.