Hydroseeding as a method is one that has quite a host of benefits that it comes with and as such, telling where to start with the mention of the benefits may be a bit of a challenge. However, to mention but some of the benefits that come with hydroseeding as a seeding method to use are those such as its overall effectiveness, cost effectiveness, flexibility, reliability and compatibility.
Read on and see some of the sure elaborations that will certainly make you see that this is one of the seeding methods that actually compares to none of the many methods. The first thing that we will take a look at are some of the benefits that hydroseeding has over the traditional broadcast seeding methods.
First is the fact that hydroseeding happens to be more effective as compared to the traditional broadcast seeding method and this is for a number of reasons. The first is the effectiveness of mulch as one of the techniques used in seeding. Hydroseeding has in fact been referred to as hydromulching thanks to the degree of effectiveness it has. Mulch, as is known to all, is so important for effective seeding.
Premature evaporation has been one of the most common issues and problems that has been with the traditional broadcast seeding and mulching that has never been effectively dealt with in the method. This is nevertheless against the backdrop that one of the key needs for your grass to grow is that of moisture. Thus it is a fact that as you look forward to having the most of your seeded plants, you need to ensure that you have such good seeding that can actually retain as much moisture for as long as is possible.
This is where the hydroseeding technique comes in with as much benefits as it not only ensures that as much moisture is laid down with the seeding but as well the hydroseed coating prevents against premature evaporation far much better than what you would achieve with the straws. Besides this is the fact that the traditional straw coverings will often carry with them some bit of “weed seed”. Protection against soil erosion is the other benefit that comes with the application of hydromulching as a seeding method. Looking at the breakdown process, you will as well appreciate hydroseeding as beneficial as it adds to the humus content of the soil.