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How to Start Hydroseeding your Lawn

Sep 30

Hydroseeding can be a cost-effective way to get your grass growing. Appropriate preparation and focus on detail are essential before and after the hydroseeding CT treatment.

Make sure you organize the space.

Before starting planting, take away any large rocks and other debris. To create a rough surface, topsoil must be evenly distributed over 8-10 inches deep. Fill in low areas to ensure water drains away from your building and home. If the soil you are working on is extremely dense, a tiller could be required. The pores between soil particles are too small in soil that has been compacted, hindering the flow of oxygen, water, and minerals.

Complete a Soil Investigation.

Look at the soil and think about doing a soil study. Sand, silt, and clay constitute the bulk of soil. Sand soil can allow air and water to move freely. However, it may also dry quickly. Fresh grass roots are susceptible to starved in clay soils because of the slow flow of water and air. Organic matter, or compost, is a great way to improve sandy and clay soils. Top Spray can offer soil amendments and pH adjustments based on the soil analysis results.

If needed, amend the soil.

Once the rough grade is coated with organic matter and tilled into the ground, it can be considered the final grade. It is possible to employ harrows or a trowel on the rough grade to reduce it. There shouldn't be any excessive compaction or looseness in the soil. For your Hydroseeding CT application, contact us today.


Awaiting Your Response

Allow your freshly sown grass to air dry for at least 24 hours. Due to the drying process, the tackifier (glue) in the hydro-mulch may stick to the soil. Walking or driving isn't a good idea for your freshly seeded lawn to be damaged.


Start your watering routine within 24 hours. To ensure your success, ensure the lawn watered as thoroughly as is possible.


Hydroseeding: Do you need water?

Schedule for Watering

Beginning with the third week, it is: The fresh seed must always remain moist but not soggy wet. When the seed is sprouted, if the seed dries out, it will die. The size of the grass, the conditions, seasons, soil type, and terrain affect how much water is required to keep an aesthetically healthy lawn. The best results are irrigation more frequently and for shorter amounts of time (3-6 times per day, based on the weather). Make sure to water the area. The darker the area's color, whether brown or green, the drier. Mulch and seed can be destroyed when there is excess water in one space or in a certain short period.

Weeks 3 through 5 The lawn should be watered less often but for longer periods to encourage deeper root growth and the growth of healthy grass plants. We'll reduce this water intake from six to three times a week.




The time to mow your lawn is when it reaches three-and-a-half inches tall. When you mow, ensure you only cut the highest third of your grass. Make sure your blades are sharp and cut frequently. Mowing helps to create tillers (branching out at the base of the plant). The lawn will grow faster if you have more tillering.



To ensure the healthy growth of your hydroseeding CT grass, it is essential to fertilize it. Make use of a spreader that can apply a balanced and granular fertilizer as the grass grows to at least 2 inches of height. It will be between 3 and four weeks. The application rate is 4.5 kgs/100m2 in either 16-16-16 or 18-10-10. Once your lawn is established, fertilizer should be applied 4 to 5 times per year, mixing 21-7-14.


Control of Weeds

Only use a Weed Killer after your lawn has been mowed five times. It is typical to see newly hydroseeding CTlawns in the springtime to produce weeds. In the soil, the majority of these plants are annuals. Regular mowing is enough to control them once the fall cycle is over.

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