Hydro Seeding / Native Seeding and Turf Type
Hydroseeding is a process consisting of a fertilizer, grass seed, dye, wood, paper mulch and water mixture. The mixture, called slurry, is the consistency of pancake batter and is sprayed over the ground -resulting in exceptional erosion control and a thick beautiful lawn in just a few short weeks.
Just a few advantages of using a hydroseed application include:
- Easy application and maintenance
- Enhances seed protection from weather and birds
- Retains moisture
- Adds nutrients to the soil
- Easily customizable
- Supports erosion control efforts on steep slopes and other hard to reach areas
Do you have more questions about erosion control? Just give us a call and our erosion control expert will be happy to discuss your project and help you choose the right product or products that best fit your project.
Reed Hydromulch works on several types of landscapes including municipal buildings, retail outlets, schools, golf courses, parks and sports fields, residential and commercial developments in the Texas area. With 20 years of experience providing professional landscape services, Reed Hydromulch always strives to make sure that your landscaping project always comes in on time and sticks to your budget, every time.
Reed offers a wide variety of services including Hydromulching / Hydroseeding Turf grasses, groundcover, ornamentals, Pipeline Revegetation and Broadcast Seeding to name a few. View our whole line of Grass Establishment Services Learn More
Drill seeding is an agricultural process complete with a tractor and a specialized seeding attachment called a drill. No-till seed drills place seeds directly into the soil, installing up to 30 different species in one pass at the ideal depth, without expensive soil preparation, saving the customer time and money. No-till seed drills eliminate tilling, which improves water absorption, increases organic matter retention and salvages the nutrients in the soil, allowing re-vegetation. Because drill seeding uses no wood/fiber mulch in the process, the cost is generally less. Drill seeding is advantageous on larger areas, more level areas and projects where obtaining adequate water to where hydroseed exists. No-till drills enable the customer to more easily vary the types of vegetation, without having to replace or replenish the current soil. You can be assured Reed Hydromulching, Inc. uses only quality native seeds in our equipment. All equipment is thoroughly cleaned after every job so that the integrity of the planting can be ensured.
Benefits of Drill Seeding:
- Low cost compared to other erosion control treatments.
- Placing the seed in the soil typically leads to better vegetative cover than hydroseed techniques due to additional protection from the sun, wind, birds and like items that usually inhibit seed germination.
- Generally more successful than Seeding or Erosion Control (Hydroseed).
- Requires only one-half the seeding rate of Seeding or Erosion Control (Hydroseed).
- Vegetation provided by seed in this treatment provides long-term effective control of erosion
We provide Water Trucks, Temporary Irrigation Pipe and Irrigation Hose Reels. Learn More
Erosion control is the practice of preventing or controlling wind or water erosion in agriculture, land development and construction. Learn More
Forestry Mulching & Brush Clearing
We provide a safe and responsible solution to clear lots, pastures, overgrowth, land, the right of ways, fence lines, shooting lanes, food plots, commercial lots, as well as residential properties. Skid Steer Mulching is the least damaging way to clean your property up without destroying it. Bulldozers and Metal Track Machines leave the ground demolished. We use Caterpillar Brand Equipment because the performance is unmatched by any other skid steer out there is when it comes to experience and a brand you trust.
Forestry Mulching is easily the quickest and most cost-effective way to clear your land and is replacing the previously used methods of bulldozing and drum style mulching of trees. Mulching is a unique 1-step process of cutting down and mulching trees and/or unwanted vegetation up to 8″ in diameter. What’s left behind is the most natural material to the environment, mulch that is beneficial both naturally and aesthetically.