What is Hydroseeding?

Hydroseeding or Hydromulch is the process of combining the correct blend of grass seed of your choice, paper or wood mulch, spraying the application on the ground surface in a uniform manner to create a mat or blanket effect. Fertilizers, tactifers etc. can be added if needed.After your blend of Hydromulch has been sprayed ,the seeds will start there germentation process. This  is relatively fast because the mulch helps hold the moisture and speed this process up. You will typically have grass in 7-10 days

Why hydroseed?

Hydroseeding is roughly 75% less expensive than laying sod. Once laid, typically grass starts growing within 7-10 days and this makes for quick erosion control or a pretty landscaped yard or golf course .

Where can you hydroseed?

We can hydroseed anywhere we can get our machine,  plus 200′ that our hose can reach in tight areas. Including but not limited to:

  • Detention Ponds
  • Home Lawns
  • Oilfield Pads
  • Highway Construction
  • New Building Sites
  • Fuel Stations
  • Landfills
  • Lake Dams

What is a Curlex blanket?

Curlex excelsior blankets are specifically designed to actually promote ideal growing conditions for grass seed, while simultaneously protecting topsoil from wind and water erosion. Curlex excelsior blankets have long passed the test of time. By design, Curlex blankets have a built-in swell factor – wet curled excelsior fibers slightly expand in thickness and interlock to form a strong, fiber matrix. This allows the fibers to provide intimate contact with local terrain. Water flow is trained to follow the curled fiber matrix. The roughness of the curled excelsior matrix slows the velocity to a point where gravity takes over, which allows moisture to slowly seep into the topsoil to promote ideal growing conditions. (These are some of the benefits of using curlex)

What is a silt fence?

Silt fence is a perimeter sediment control device. Generally, silt fence is constructed of porous woven geotextile fabric attached to wooden posts. Silt fence is a linear fence installed at the edge of earth disturbances. The purpose of silt fence is to protect downslope surface waters and properties by removing suspended solids from runoff prior to leaving the site.