A full lawn, faster.
Why choose hydroseeding?
After an area has had the top soil removed or reshaped, you'll want to get grass growing back as soon as possible. This is especially important if the area is on a slope or grade due to the possibility of erosion or water damage. Because the grass seeds are wrapped in a careful mixture of mulch, moisture sticks with those seeds longer and ensures germination within 7-10 days.
The hydroseeding mixture is a combination of mulch, fertilizer, grass seed and water. The soupy substance is sprayed and clings to the soil to promote accelerated grass growth in areas that could sometimes take weeks to even sprout. With hydroseeding, the growing process is rapid and most lawns will experience growth within a week!
In addition to the already mentioned benefits of hydroseeding, let's not forget about the cost and labor savings. Most property owners who are looking for a quick lawn consider using sod until they realize it can be 4 times the price as hydroseeding. You'll also be responsible for the extreme labor of laying it. After it's down, you'll need to spend countless hours watering sod, hoping it roots properly to your soil and survives.