We use hydroseeding for both ground stabilization and new grass growth. We use a slurry of seed and mulch which is sprayed over prepared ground as an alternative to traditional seed broadcasting and sowing dry seed. The slurry often has other ingredients such as fertilizer, fiber mulch, and green dye that help promote growth on challenging job sites across North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and surrounding areas.

When general contractors, grading companies, utilities, public works, and land developers have large areas that require planting, hydroseeding can be completed in a very short period of time. And if there are hillsides and sloping lawns, hydroseeding is an effective tool for erosion control and quick planting. The results are often quick with high germination rates, producing grass growth in about a week. The additives in the hydroseed slurry accelerate the growing process by maintaining moisture around the seeds.