Like all landscaping projects, the best time for hydroseeding your lawn depends on the climate in which you live. Getting the timing right for your hydroseeded lawn can improve the appearance of your newly hydroseeded lawn and how easily it becomes established and healthy.
The timeframe for hydromulching also impacts duties like fertilizing and mowing, and it’s a good idea to arrange a schedule that includes all the necessary lawn care duties to ensure the best-looking lawn.
Fall & Spring are Great for Hydroseeding in Texas
Like most vegetation, the best times of the year to have your lawn hydroseeded are in the fall and spring months. It’s a good idea to contact Reed Hydromulch in Texas or your landscaping partner to talk about when the best time of the year would be for hydroseeding since many professionals have different opinions on the matter.
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Timing is everything when it comes to hydroseeded lawns, and that idea applies when you first seed the lawn, when it’s time to mow, and when it’s time to fertilize the lawn. Another issue you may need to deal with is the arrival of weeds like dandelions, clover, and crabgrass.
Did you know that a single dandelion may create up to 15,000 seeds and can survive in the soil to rise again each year even when it’s cut down? Avoiding weeds can feel like a full-time job, but here are some options for taking care of your lawn’s weed problems.
Reduce Weeds by Hydroseeding in the Summer
Most landscaping and yard professionals will suggest planting in the spring or summerl for the best results. To reduce the likelihood of weeds invading the lawn, some professionals recommend getting the lawn hydroseeded to reduce the likelihood of weeds showing up after the initial application. Continue reading
You’ve probably seen those large bricks of sod placed on a yard for the “instant lawn” look, but there is a variety of other options for creating a new lawn. If you’re looking at a bunch of dirt around your house instead of a healthy lawn, here’s what you need to know about traditional seeding, hydroseeding, and regular sod or turf.
What is Hydroseeding?
You’re probably already aware of sod for lawns, and you might be familiar with using a tractor to insert seeds into the ground (with drill seeding), but hydro seeding is a concept that’s only become popular with the mainstream public in the last few decades.
Simply put, hydroseeding is a process that applies all the components of a lawn in one step in a mixture called a slurry. The mixture contains the seeds, mulch, and fertilizer that are all applied to the ground with a hydraulic sprayer. Some mixtures also feature a bonding agent to hold everything together during application.
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