This video addresses the pros and cons of hydroseeding as an ideal solution to adding grass and other plants to the property. Hydroseeding involves sowing seeds and mulch in a slurry of water and seed, resulting in a lush lawn or garden in only a few days. It’s an efficient way to cover large areas with grass and fill bare spots on your property. It gives you control over the grass in your yard or commercial property.
Hydroseeding offers many benefits as professional contractors perform this process. Hydroseeding involves spraying a slurry of seed and fertilizer onto the ground using specialized equipment. The result is a thick, lush lawn that is a perfect alternative to sod or artificial grass.
Hydroseeding is easy and fast. One truckload of hydroseed can cover an acre or more land in a few hours. It’s an ideal solution for large-scale projects like parks, ball fields, or residential lawns. It produces dense turf coverings that stand up well against weeds, pests, and other threats common in newly established plantings.
The downside of hydroseeding is that it’s not a DIY project. It needs a lot of water and patience as the process usually takes time.