Commercial & residential hydroseeding is the fastest, easiest and most cost-effective way to seed your lawn. The cost to have your lawn hydroseeded can be up to 60% less than the cost of installing sod. Sod Columbia SC can be quite expensive. A few days after spraying, you will have a beautiful lawn beginning to germinate. Hydroseeding also eliminates the backbreaking dirty job of sod laying by hand. The hydro mulch will not stain walks, driveways or houses. When considering hydroseeding -vs- sod, well click on link to check out this article. Commercial and residential hydroseeding customers love it because it's beautiful when sprayed, and your new lawn comes in fast with a high-quality look, making neighbors green with envy.
With hydroseeding, seed germinates faster, a higher percentage of seed germinates, soil erosion is greatly reduced, grass plant survival is higher, and results are a uniform distribution of the mixture. This is an environmentally sound process that uses a mixture of fiber-mulch, seed, lime, fertilizer, water and also other amendments to help enhance your soil. This is mixed in proper proportions to create a homogeneous slurry that is then sprayed onto designated areas. Its versatility allows for seed application in difficult areas including slopes, berms, ditches and narrow strips.
Erosion most often occurs as the result of water runoff, heavy rain, or persistent winds that blow away topsoil, making it difficult for trees and plants to grow. Excess water can lead to mudslides and create soil fissures which often lead to ground instability.
If you are working with land that is sloped or have trenches (rills), advanced planning is the best defense against soil erosion. Hydroseeding is a superior, and affordable erosion control method. Planting fast growing turf and ground cover with proper watering will encourage deep root growth can deliver effective erosion control. No irrigation, no problem. These roots will hold the soil together while the foliage provides protection for topsoil against heavy winds.
Ignoring the signs of erosion can be costly, reducing once lush grounds to useless and sometimes dangerous ground, particularly on elevated slopes. Observe how water traverses the property during heavy rain. Is the rainwater absorbed by the soil or does it channel through the soil creating, puddles, channels, or gullies while washing away topsoil? If so, these are clear signs of an erosion problem.
We Specialize in Soil Stabilization – Erosion Control – Dust Control - Re-Vegetation
Erosion control in South Carolina saves homes and properties while preserving precious water supplies, which is why Agility Lawn & Hydroseeding takes its job very seriously. We have experience addressing erosion control problems for both commercial and residential properties. We offer cellulose, bonded fiber matrix, flexible growth matrix, engineered soil media, and these mulches helps with dust control, soil stabilization, re-vegetation services and more. Immediate erosion control is something that Sod Columbia SC cannot do. So, if you're Googling Sod near me, google hydroseeding near me and give us a call.
CARE & WATERING:
However, your new lawn is installed, care is very important and necessary, particularly for the first few weeks! Seed needs water to germinate (sprout). In moist times of the year such as Spring and Fall, nature may provide enough to do the job. However, helping the process along is always a plus.
One important thing to keep in mind is that grass seeds need moisture to germinate. Weed seeds like it drier. If your grass germinates before any weeds, it will keep the weeds from taking over your lawn but if you fail to keep the new grass seed moist the weeds can germinate fast and keep the grass from growing properly.
Successful seed germination depends on a few days of special care. To assure proper germination water regularly, we suggest two times a day in cooler weather and three to four times a day in really hot weather for 15 minutes. You can cut back or eliminate watering on days it rains. Keeping the yard moist will maximize and speed seed germination. The applied green blanket should be sponge damp. Once the grass seed germinates (sprouts) you can cut back on watering, but you do need to keep the lawn moist enough to keep the grass growing.
It is better to water often and lightly than not so often but heavy. With established lawns it is better to water heavily, so the water gets down in the root zone. However, with new seeds they are near the surface and "Keeping the Surface Wet" is the key to a stunning lawn.
Wait until the day after seeding to start watering. Once the hydroseed application has dried you may walk on the hydro seeded surface when watering. Try to walk only on areas that are dry and try to not disturb the mulch layer.
By watering regularly and keeping your new seedlings from drying out you ensure the beginnings of a lawn that will make your neighbors green with envy. No irrigation, no problem. We have an amendment that we can add to the mix that holds 400 time it's weight in water and releases it when needed. Some water will help. The gel will last up to 3 months, giving your seed more than enough time to germinate.
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