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Tue September 18, 2018, 03:08:19 PM by ProTilling | Views: 34 | Comments: 1

I am just wrapping up my first season of Hydroseeding.  I have learned a lot and made some money, which is always good. I have been using a used turfmaker 325 and it has worked great.  I have noticed there is some rust on the inside of the tank and quite a bit on the outside.  What is the best way to take of that rust.  I am assuming I will need to take of the top of the tank. 
Do I just hop in with an orbital sander?  Is there another type of sander that will work better?
What type o...
Wed September 12, 2018, 07:56:34 PM by Jim K. | Views: 218 | Comments: 0

Low hour  (888)2003 Finn T -60- 50th Anniversary Edition for sale. The machine runs fine. I bought a bigger machine and was going to paint this one up, straighten some metal and try to max out on sales potential. However, work has stayed busy and looks like it is going to be that way all"off season" so I don't have the  time to put into it.I  would like to sell it as is. Mechanically you could put it to work today.
      So if anyone is interested in either putting the machine to work and ...
Wed September 12, 2018, 11:59:18 AM by P.L. | Views: 280 | Comments: 2

I know that this topic has been discussed and is subjective to everyone’s individual set up, with that said what is the average price for seeding 2.5 acres.  The seed mix would be as basic as I could make it with a contractors grade seed, fert and tack. No other additives.  I can obviously figure out the cost of materials and the labor time involved in the job but I don’t want to sell myself short either. I use a tm-60 so this is going to be a bit larger than my usual jobs which are 6-15,000.  I...
Tue September 11, 2018, 07:27:27 AM by Turboguy
Views: 191 | Comments: 2

Occasionally, I get the question where someone wants to hydroseed and put down an erosion control mat.  I know what I suggest as an answer but since I don't do erosion control mat I would like to get some thoughts on would you do the mat first and seed over it which is going to waste some material or would you hydroseed then put down the mat since working on top of the hydrosseding will tear up the hydroseeding to a degree.

What would you do?
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