Hydroseeding is a planting process that uses a slurry of seed and mulch that’s an alternative to broadcasting dry seed or laying sod. There are pros and cons to every process mentioned and each method of achieving a new or repaired lawn should be considered when you’re making your final decision.
Brian-Kyles Landscapes of Distinction works with you and gives you the best options you’re ready for your new lawn. For example, if you have a large property and starting from scratch, hydroseeding might be your best option. If you have an existing lawn and it needs repairing, the more traditional approach could be the answer.
Like every planting process, hydroseed needs to be watered and cared for properly. Once the seed is sprayed down, the hydroseed slurry dries quickly and will need to be watered daily.
The Best Time of Year to Hydroseed
In Ohio, the best time of year to plant new grass is during early spring and in the fall. Those two seasons are the best no matter what process you use. If you need a new lawn in the summer, it’s best to wait until the fall. Your patience will pay off big time when spring arrives when you have a new and healthy lawn.
The Process of Hydroseeding
If hydroseeding is the route you want to take after talking to our team at Brian-Kyles, the process is fairly simple. First, the ground is prepared Brian-Kyle’s nationally certified lawn technicians. Then the hydroseed mixture can be sprayed onto your lawn. After that, watering and general maintenance are required to ensure proper growth.
If you need a new lawn or need help maintaining your property contact Brian-Kyles Landscapes of Distinction for an appointment. Our service area is Northeast Ohio and includes Cuyahoga County, Lorain County, and surrounding areas.