Stop Erosion Before it Starts! Sheet erosion is the largest contributor to sediment that fills your sediment ponds and spills into waterways. Hydromulching is more effective than blown straw at controlling sheet erosion.
Hydroseeding isn't for only new lawns. Lawns that are struggling can benefit from hydroseeding. We offer services that will have minor soil imperfections corrected (reducing turf scalping), dead grass removed from your lawn, and then we hydroseed.
By doing this, your established grass benefits from the soil amendments added to the hydomulch slurry, and your lawn should become established faster than a complete new installation.
Established and struggling turfs in the sand hills often have soil problems. The hard pack clay we encounter is often just under the visible grass, keeping the roots from getting to the water or nutrients they need.
Aeration affords grass roots room to grow and access to water, fertilizer, or other soil amendments.
For areas that do not have clay problems, aerations enables turf to better establish, limit root competition, allow fertilizer and water to access the root zone, and (if top dressed... area to grow).
De-Thatching and minor-preparation
Dethatching and minor soil preparation is another service we offer. This is most commonly requested either in conjunction with aeration, or in lawn renovations to remove dead turf and prepare the seed bed..