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Wed October 18, 2017, 12:03:38 PM by HydroSEAder1 | Views: 32 | Comments: 0


Located in SC, just purchased Finn T120 for Erosion Control measures, Residential jobs, and lots of shoulder work, and just looking for some tips.

I have seen the general load lighter/smaller products first, Ways Re-circ valve can help but also looking for really any all tips anyone has to offer!

I look to be shooting mostly 70/30 mulch blend, Type 3 at 2200 lbs per acre. Do I also need Tackifier if there is guar in the type of mulch I am using?

Mon October 16, 2017, 08:54:25 AM by Bowie Man | Views: 41 | Comments: 0

International Association of HydroSeeding Professionals                                                                                 October 15, 2017

Would you like to help shape the future of hydroseeding? The annual selection of IAHP officers and directors will occur in November. Have you ever considered expressing your opinions to the IAHP? As an IAHP board member, you will provide input for steering the IAHP in a direction that best serves the IAHP members and your business. The ...
Mon October 16, 2017, 08:54:19 AM by Lupine | Views: 65 | Comments: 2

Hey everyone. Does anyone know if the certification exams are going to happen this year? The sign up for the seminars hasn't changed since 2015-2016 on the website.
Mon October 09, 2017, 04:44:20 PM by HydroRI
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So this is my second Finn hydroseeder. On my T75 I could go an entire season without re-filling the grease cup. Now that I own the T120 I am seeing the same. It seemed the first couple of weeks I owned it, I went through about 3/4 of the cup. Now it seems I am hardly using any again. Hydroseeder now has 77 hours on it and I have only used eqivalent to about 1 full cup (I am referring to the brass cup that is spring loaded that holds the grease.) This is supposed to be a service daily point of ma...
Mon October 02, 2017, 04:36:33 PM by ProTilling | Views: 254 | Comments: 7

As I am getting everything worked out I am still trying to figure out how to move a hydroseeder onto the trailer I want in on.  I know they can all be moved with fork lifts but I don't have access to a fork lift.  If I get one delivered how do I get it on my trailer or if I purchase a used one how do I get it off their trailer on onto mine?  I can't be the only one without a forklift in my yard?  I was thinking of maybe getting a couple ratcheting tie down straps and pulling it little by little ...
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