If you own a home and are considering getting sod or turf installed, you may want to investigate hydroseeding grass before calling in the sod truck to blanket your lawn. Hydroseeding in Oklahoma City could save you a significant amount of money, particularly if you’re looking at a large piece of land.
What is Hydroseeding?
There are a few ways to plant a yard or field, and hydroseeding is a process that uses a slurry that’s sprayed across the area. Prior to the truck arriving, the area is prepared with slurry, comprised of seed and mulch.
The idea of hydroseed application came about in the 1950s, originating in the United States. The ease of planting a very large area, in a very short amount of time and enjoying quick growth was attractive to businesses and anyone interested in taking a residential lawn from dirt to grass.
Why choose Hydroseeding?
One of the primary benefits of hydroseeding is the quickness of the process, as well as the swift results. Therefore, hydroseeding prices tend to cost less than traditional sod applications when you need to cover a vast area of land.
Grass establishment through Reed Hydromulch also provides other benefits, including sediment retention and storm drain protection. Further, the process is an appropriate option for dust control for soil stabilization, sand and roads.
Some of the best reasons to consider hydroseeding are:
- Hydroseeding is fast.
- Hydroseeding is efficient.
- Hydroseeding is economical.
- Hydro-seeding is the process of combining the correct recipe of grass seed, fertilizer, mulch, tackifier and dye with the appropriate amount of water and spraying the application on the ground surface in a uniform manner to create a mat or blanket effect.
Hydroseeding can be used for many different applications.
- Residential Homes
- Golf Courses
- Sports Fields
- Industrial Properties
- Commercial Properties
- Retention Ponds
- Roadsides and Highways
- Sub Division Entryways
- Wind FarmsHydroseeding is economic
Contact Reed Hydromulch Inc. today for your customized hydroseeding quote in Texas.
We rely on the positive feedback and word-of-mouth channels we receive from our hydroseeding to keep us going in Houston, Dallas, and central Texas. Our customized approach helps us provide competitive prices for hydroseeding.
Hydroseeding and Wildflowers
One of the most impressive applications of hydroseed planting is a field of customized wildflowers. Attracting butterflies, hummingbirds and providing food for bees, Reed Hydromulching, Inc. offers an incredible number of native species.
Some wildflowers we offer include:
- Texas Bluebonnets
- Indian Paintbrush
- Black-eyed Susan
- Purple Coneflower
- Plains Coreopsis
- Lazy Daisy
And that’s only a few of the species we can customize for you. Texas has some of the most beautiful fields of wildflowers in the country, and there’s virtually nothing as grand as a field full of Texas wildflowers under a clear blue sky.
Scheduling a Visit
Each project we undertake requires a visit to your site so we can determine the best way to accomplish your goals. It’s impossible to apply a single plan to all lawns or commercial properties, so we make sure the job is done right the first time with a visit and a customized plan.
Did You Know? The re-vegetation team at Reed Hydromulching, Inc. has over a half-century of combined experience in native drill seeding and hydromulching , and we understand what’s required to get the hydro seeds and slurry just right. We’ve tackled a variety of hydroseeding challenges across Texas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma.
We want to be your hydroseeding contractor, so we’d love to visit your home or business. Reed Hydromulch will show you how our customized grass hydroseeding can save you money and provide an incredible lawn, field of wildflowers, or field for range grazing.
To learn more about our hydroseeding and grass cultivation services in the area, contact the commercial and residential hydroseeding experts at Reed Hydromulch. We can be reached by telephone at (817) 929-5771. We look forward to meeting you and helping address your hydroseeding, irrigation, or erosion control needs.