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Hydroseeding is a process using a specialized machine to apply a mixture (slurry) of water, hydroseed, lawn fertilizer, mulch, and powdered glue (tackifier). We have a Finn Hydroseeder mounted on a 3-ton flatbed truck. The hydroseeding machine has an independent engine, paddles to mix the slurry, and a valve system to shoot the hydroseed through a fire hose out onto the proposed grass lawn or erosion area.
Why Hydroseed Works So Well
Hardscape is the foundation of your landscape project, everything else builds or ties into this phase. It can consist of a few steps or an elaborate retaining wall system and paver patio.
Hydroseeded Lawn Versus Sodded Lawn
The cost of professionally hydroseeded lawn is approximately 85% less than the price of a professionally installed sodded lawn. A hydroseeded lawn is less susceptible to disease than a sodded lawn. Larger lawn areas is where the relatively low cost of hydroseeding becomes extremely practical compared to sod. Whether you decide to go with sod or hydroseed Landsite Development recommends our professional site and soil preparation.
Our Hydroseed Warranty
Landsite Development will warranty the lawn areas to germinate and become established if the following conditions are met:
Compliance with these watering instructions
Following the fertilizing schedules and applications as suggested by your Lawn Care Professional
No human or animal traffic is allowed on the newly hydroseeded area
The automatic sprinkler system must provide the following:
100% head to head coverage of all lawn areas
Each zone must have heads of equal precipitation rates
Timer must allow a minimum of four waterings per day
The sprinkler timer is not to be arbitrarily adjusted by the client without consulting Landsite Development, Inc.
This warranty does not include damage to the lawn area from storms, insects, disease, fungus (snow mold, etc.) or infestation from native grasses. Call your Lawn Care Professional for analysis and advice. Verification of appropriately working sprinkler system required.