Rapid Lawn Hydroseeding is a Regina, Saskatchewan hydroseeding company that offers innovative re-vegetation, grass seeding, dust control, reclamation, landscaping and erosion control solutions for all types of residential, commercial, government, industrial and oilfield projects.
Since our inception in 2008, Rapid Lawn Hydroseeding has grown to become the most Trusted Regina hydroseed applicators and landscape contractors and our track record speaks for itself. Our extensive client list includes many reputable construction companies, land developers, engineering firms, consultants, landscapers, property managers and homeowners. We pride ourselves on customer satisfaction by doing the job right the first time and on budget, with NO surprises. To ensure superior results, we use only premium quality environmentally friendly hydro-mulches, organic soil amendments, fertilizers, tackifiers and eco-friendly water saving grass seed products.
HydroSeeding which is sometimes also called hydraulic mulch seeding, hydro-mulching, or hydraseeding) is a planting process in which a slurry containing seed, hydro seeding mulch, fertilizer and a tackifier (bonding agent) is sprayed onto the ground. The slurry is transported in a truck or trailer mounted tank to the job site and sprayed over prepared ground in a uniform layer. In remote areas hydro seeding is sometimes also done using helicopter. Hydro seeding offers many advantages to the traditional process of broadcasting or sowing dry seed. It promotes quick germination and inhibits soil erosion. It is also a very cost effective alternative to sod and offers a significant cost savings as well as many other benefits.
HOW HYDROSEEDING WORKS.
Virtually any grass or erosion control seed that can be planted by seed can be hydro seeded. This includes any sun or shade lawn seed, athletic field mixes, pasture mixes, native grasses, wildflowers, roadside mixes and erosion control mixes. The nutrient rich slurry helps promote fast germination. The hydro seeding mulch helps keep the soil moist to enable the seed to germinate quickly and unlike straw or hay contains no weed seed. The tackifer in the mix acts like a glue to hold the mulch in place and to help prevent washout in the case of heavy rains.