Hydroseeding is a method of putting down grass seed that creates an ideal environment for growing a healthy lawn. The sprayed slurry is a combination of water, seed, wood fiber and fertilizer. You won't have to wonder where you spread the grass seed, because the slurry is highly visible and green. There's no need to put down hay for protection, because the mulch slurry adheres to the soil and the natural contour of the land..
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While laying sod also results in a healthy lawn, it has its downsides. It's expensive, cuts the roots of the grass and can create gaps and uneven growth. When compared to sodding, hydroseeding provides a number of advantages, including:
Hydroseeding mixtures can be customized to suit the specific needs of a project, such as adding fertilizer or other additives to promote growth. This can be a way to ensure the best results for the vegetation establishment. Additionally, it can be used for erosion control and soil stabilization.
When you're spending money to establish a healthy lawn, you want to start out on solid footing. You can also benefit from erosion control. Discover the advantages of hydroseeding by contacting Central Maine Hydroseeding today.
For nearly two decades, the skilled and experienced crew at Central Maine Hydroseeding have been providing erosion control measures and seeding assistance to both residential and commercial properties for our neighbors in the Central Maine area!. Our business is an accredited member of the International Association of Hydroseeding Professionals, and always continuing to learn the newest techniques and best management practices, using only the highest quality supplies and delivering our customers the best results in the market..
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