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HYDROSEEEDING CONTRACTORS. If you are a hydroseeding contractor or have an intrest in getting into the hydroseeding field our members are friendy, helpful and experience and will help with any problems you have. We invite you to share your knowledge and help those who have questions that you can answer. We invite you to join the IAHP and as many have found this may be the best thing you can do to help your business but you are welcome to particiapte in our forum even without being an IAHP.

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Tue April 17, 2018, 11:34:40 AM by ProTilling | Views: 86 | Comments: 3

I starting prepping yards for hydroseeing and sod a few years ago and that led me to get into hydroseeding.  I primarily used a tiller for hydroseeding prep and started out raking the yards by hand.  After a few yards I realized I didn't want to rake by hand that much anymore and I stopped offering that service. 

Now that I am now doing hydroseeding there is that gap between tilling and hydroseeding where it needs to be raked and I don't want to do it and the client doesn't want to d...
Sat April 07, 2018, 06:59:34 PM by excavationcontractorsct | Views: 99 | Comments: 1

Hey Everyone,

I'm new here and to the whole hydroseeding world so I thought this would be a good place to start

I am the owner of an excavation business and have a client looking to do some hydroseeding after we finish a job.  Does hydroseeding work well in areas that have more shade and can we hydroseed in areas that already have existing lawn.  Thank you

-Charlie Read
Excavation Contractors CT
94 Sand Pit Rd
Danbury, CT 06810
Thu April 05, 2018, 10:38:00 AM by JakeMate | Views: 66 | Comments: 2

A friend that works in a mining project wants to know if they can load organic leachate (25% diluted), in a hydroseeder machine to spray it over a topsoil pile. The question is: could damage some parts of the equipment?
Tue April 03, 2018, 07:38:44 PM by Jhall | Views: 145 | Comments: 4

Hello, my house sits on top of a hill and I have a slope in the rear that I recently(last summer) removed overgrown honeysuckle from. I am looking for ideas and wondering if hydroseeding is a viable option for me.

First and foremost my number one concern is erosion control. Second, I don't believe I will be able to mow this slope, but I may be able to use a weed wacker to keep it manicured. I will attach a before and after picture of the slope in question.

What are your r...
Tue April 03, 2018, 11:54:06 AM by ProTilling | Views: 60 | Comments: 1

I was asked to give a quote for pasture grass.  After contacting the seed distributor I found it it is to be applied at 15 lb per acre or about 1/3rd of a lb per 1000 sq ft which is a lot less than Kentucky bluegrass for a lawn. 

What other changes should I make for seeding pasture areas like this?  Would fertilizer, mulch and tack still be added as normal?  Is there anything else that should be added for something like this?

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