It is a process of mixing a high-quality grass seed, starter fertilizer, a wood fiber blend of mulch, and a glue type tackifier with water. This mixture is then sprayed onto your soil.
Why use hydroseed?
Hydroseed is a great option for seeding your yard. The mixture binds the bluegrass seeds to the soil better than plain seed and straw. The fertilizer gives the seed better nutrients while it takes root, helping the bluegrass to germinate quickly.
Our wood fiber mulch holds 10 times its weight in moisture. This is important when you consider the fact that moisture is the key element that promotes quick growth. It is a much less expensive option than sod and it yields a great looking bluegrass lawn.
Bison Bluegrass owner Rick Gorczyca has been caring for lawns in Western New York since 1993. Rick arrives at every site to provide a free quote, and our hydroseeding services always include the first fertilizer treatment.
We do something that many of our competitors don’t; we tailor a Kentucky bluegrass mixture to the precise needs of your yard (full sun, mixed sun and shade, or mostly shade). Talk to our past clients in Clarence, NY and the surrounding areas and you'll learn why so many new homeowners are turning to Bison Bluegrass for their lawns.
What kind of grass seed does Bison Bluegrass use?
Bison Bluegrass tailors the bluegrass seed mixture based on the amount of sun received by your yard. The mixture includes several types of Kentucky bluegrass and rye grass. Usually, in new home construction with full sun, we use a 50/50 blend. This high concentration of bluegrass will keep its dark green color, offer outstanding disease resistance, and provide high drought tolerance. For other homes with variable amounts of shade, we will use one of our many other seed blends to suit your needs.
And for the horse and wildlife lovers in the area, Bison Bluegrass also offers a full line of forage seed. When it comes to your yard, we can just about do it all!
How fast will my lawn grow if I use hydroseed?
The grass should begin to come up in 5 to 7 days, depending on soil temperatures and moisture. Your lawn should be ready to mow in 3 to 4 weeks.