Hydroseeding is a successful and cost-effective alternative to planting seed or laying sod on your lawn that is rapidly increasing in popularity. It is a one-step process that combines seed, fertilizer, tackifire, mulch, and water in the hydroseeders tank and is sprayed across an area. The reason hydroseeding works so well is the seed is suspended in a nutrient rich slurry. The water in the machine triggers the germination cycle.
This allows for much faster growth than simply seeding the area. The use of the hydromulch eliminates the need for messy straw. The contents of the tank are evenly distributed and the mulch layer seals in moisture and holds the seed in place. Any grass grown from seed can be planted, as well as wildflowers. It is perfect for irregular areas such as hillsides, steep inclines, or large areas that are too expensive to sod. Customers noticed that you simply spray it on and it in just a short time you will have a beautiful lush lawn. If you would like to have a sod quality lawn in a short time, and at a fraction of the cost, then give One Degree a call.
In the fall of 2004 One Degree was invited to assess Dr. Mike Richardson, professor of Turfgrass management at the University of Arkansas, do a research project on erosion control using hydroseeding.