How Hydroseeding Prevents Soil Erosion
Best in class equipment, products, and practices to acquire a lush, green lawn, hydroseeding additionally prevents your soil from eroding. The applied slurry binds to the soil very quickly after application, providing a tight foundation to prevent movement. This happens due to the special bonding compounds present in the slurry, assisting the seeds in taking root. Traditional seeding methods require an application of straw or hay atop the soil while the turf begins growth, however, the speed of the slurry makes this unnecessary when hydroseeding. Avoiding a potential mess caused by this layer of straw or hay, hydroseeding prevents erosion control and potential headaches. At a significant discount on the cost of both sod and traditional seeding, there is no reason not to give us a call about any affected areas of your lawn.
Hydroseeding With Erosion Control Matting
As an added benefit to the already provided erosion control by hydroseeding, a blanket of organic material can be applied to add an additional level of support and source of nutrients. These mats are flexible and lightweight, reducing seed discharge and infiltration. When vegetation grows through the mat, it provides stability to your soil, especially around treacherous slopes within your landscape. With less wash off from wind and rainfall, you lose less of your seed investment and potential growth. Hydroseeding over installed erosion control mats, and you will see uniform growth across your landscape.