Hydroseeding involves creating a slurry of seed, mulch, fertilizer, water and soil amendments that are applied to a lawn from a tank. The process generates seed germination within a couple of weeks. Hydroseeding is used for beautifying yards, creating athletic fields, and preventing weeds and erosion. Different types of slurries and mulches can be used, and it is necessary to pick the right one. Before hydroseeding, a soil test should be run. Afterwards, the lawn should be watered multiple times a day.
- With hydroseeding, a slurry of seed, mulch, fertilizer and water is combined and applied from a tank.
- Hydroseeding is less expensive than sod.
- If doing it yourself, remember to take a soil test first and to use the correct mixture.
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