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Wed May 22, 2019, 01:13:40 PM by Turboguy
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DHG to acquire The Hydroseeding Company
The Hydroseeding Company manufactures hydraulically applied mulch machines and straw blowers.

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Edited by Theresa Cottom
DHG Inc., a private investment and holding company based in Fairfield, Ohio, has announced it has entered into an agreement to acquire the assets The Hydroseeding Company LLC dba Epic Manufacturing a Greenwood, Delaware-based manufacturer of hydraulically applied mulch mac...
Sun May 19, 2019, 08:26:24 PM by rickrubin2 | Views: 57 | Comments: 3

is it possible to use 70/30 in my tt300? and if so what brand would you recommend?
Sun May 19, 2019, 07:47:49 AM by Sa1983 | Views: 38 | Comments: 0

First of all I would like to thank everyone that has helped so far. This is a very useful site. My question is what type of seed is being used in the northeast? I'm afraid I'm paying to much for seed but definitely dont want to sacrifice quality. I've been using biostim and copoly is it worth it or a waste?
Thanks again everyone.
Wed May 15, 2019, 10:24:05 PM by SandSexcavating | Views: 107 | Comments: 3

First off alot of good info in here. We really appreciate the effort you guys put out. But I do have some questions since I'm new to hydroseeding. I run a small excavating business and do alot of residential work however we've recently picked up a sub contract for a utility company that has alot of cleanup work and some other stuff. This cleanup work involves fixing ditches and seeding and sowing grass. With the exception of driveways and some business parking lots there is roughly 5mi of this t...
Tue May 14, 2019, 10:38:10 AM by Ric | Views: 86 | Comments: 1

Has anyone just sprayed straight presoaked seed without mulch as an overseeding application? I am debating dry seed to presoaked.
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