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Why You Should Hydroseed

Hydroseeding is a fast, cost effective way to have a new lawn that will turn your neighbors green with envy.  Hydroseeding costs only slightly more than old fashioned methods using dry seeding techniques combined with messy straw mulch and offers a better, fool-proof outcome.

The cost to have your new lawn hydroseeded is less than ¼ the cost of using sod, and in a few weeks you will have a better appearing lawn with no need to worry if the sod will take.   

Hydroseeding Vs Sod  

  • The cost to hydroseed is a fraction of the cost to lay sod.  

  • A hydroseeded lawn requires less water than sodded lawn.  

  • When sod is harvested the roots are cut short and sometimes a sod job can fail.  

  • The labor involved with hydroseeding is far less making it much faster.

Hydroseeding Vs Dry Seeding 

  • Hydroseeding is a one step process that reduces labor costs.  

  • Straw has weed seed in it and hydroseed does not.  

  • Straw can blow off or clump and needs to be raked off once the lawn is established. Mulch used in hydroseeding will gradually decompose and enrich the soil.   

  • Hydroseeding mulch with tackifier is much more resistant to erosion than straw.   

  • Hydroseeding is considered a premium way to seed but costs about the same as dry seeding.   

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