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HYDROSEEEDING CONTRACTORS. If you are a hydroseeding contractor or have an intrest in getting into the hydroseeding field our members are friendy, helpful and experience and will help with any problems you have. We invite you to share your knowledge and help those who have questions that you can answer. We invite you to join the IAHP and as many have found this may be the best thing you can do to help your business but you are welcome to particiapte in our forum even without being an IAHP.

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Wed July 10, 2019, 10:58:47 PM by Summit Lawns | Views: 41 | Comments: 0

Hello everyone. I have not been having the greatest time the past year up to this point here in east central Pa. Last year all it did was rain and this year when it does rain it's the thunderstorm from Hell 2" in 10 minutes wind driven sideways variety. I am having problems with every job I do with the ripple effect with mulch. I still have my Finn bantam 800 gallon former relic that I have hot rodded with a insane agitator upgrade and the hydraulic system off of a T75. I'm using 6 bales (300 lb...
Mon July 08, 2019, 07:38:54 AM by hydrojimbo | Views: 66 | Comments: 0


Has anyone ever installed a remote controlled cannon on one of their hydroseed machines? We are looking at ways to remove the operator from the machine for safety reasons on various sites
Thu June 27, 2019, 09:53:54 PM by Dareal39 | Views: 319 | Comments: 2

In dryer climates here in Colorado is it better lay mulch on thicker or lighter? Recommend lbs per acer for 100% wood is around 2,000. Is there a benefit of going super thick like 3,000 lbs per acer? Seems to look better as far as coverage. 1,800-2,000 lbs don?t seem to have 100% coverage.
Mon June 10, 2019, 11:37:08 PM by Dareal39 | Views: 404 | Comments: 1

Just did a lawn at my house and used one bag 25lbs of Grow more 20-20-20 fertilizer in a 400 gallon batch is this too much fertilizer and will it affect the seed germination?
Tue May 28, 2019, 10:01:01 PM by rickrubin2 | Views: 592 | Comments: 3

So pretty simple can’t seem to find any info I’m in Texas and was recently asked if I was a bmp contractor which I assume is best management practices. But I was also asked if I do bmps hydroseeding?? You guys got any info on this or can point me in the right direction to become bmp and bmps  compliant.

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