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We invite you to use the forum if you have any interest in hydroseeding. This forum is sponsored by the International Association of HydorSeeding Professionals but a membership in the association is not required to use the forum. You do need to complete the simple registration process.

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.

Members tell us it is the best $ 100.00 they have spent. One of the key benefits is the free premium listing on, the site is designed to help people find a qualified, expert hydroseeding contractor and can send you enough extra business to pay for your membership many times over. Other benefits include online courses leading to certification as a "Certified Hydroseeding Professional" as well as discounts from suppliers, regional events and other benefits./p>

We want to provide a media for you to promote your products. You are welcome to post about your products and your press releases in our "News from the Manufacture's" section. We also invite you to join the IAHP. Your membership will provide advertising opportunities that will make your membership a valuable investment in your business. Your logo and a link to your website will appear on our member page. You will recieve free advertising in our electronic newseltter. Members prefer to buy from suppliers that support their orgainzation.

If you have questions about if hydroseeding is right for you or if you need help finding a qualified hydroseeding professional the forum can be a great benefit to you. You are welcome to post about questions you may have or to post that you have a job available. We will help any way we can.

You are welcome to post information about your products or equipment. Membership is not required but a membership will get you a listing in our "Dealers" section that can help drive customers looking for new suppliers to your business. Membership in the IAHP is a great investment but you are welcome to participate in the forum without being a member of the IAHP.

Thu March 08, 2018, 06:11:45 PM by RangeRider | Views: 121 | Comments: 6

I'm interested in renovating my parent's backyard (mostly clay with large bare spots under pine trees), which has slowly been filling with weeds and dog crap for the last 5 years. I'd like to use the limited equipment I have, and since this yard is too small for the tractor I'm thinking of using some small ATV- towed implements. I'll probably weld up a roller that has some small tines as well for towing behind the ATV. I need to get the soil tested still, but at this point my plan is to deplete ...
Tue March 06, 2018, 02:09:35 PM by Turboguy
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I have been doing my first quotes of the year and have one customer asking for something I have never seeded with.  I told him I would try it and have no idea if it will work.  Has anyone ever hydro seeded creeping thyme?    That is what the customer is asking for.  I am just curious if anyone has any experience with it?
Mon March 05, 2018, 05:24:46 PM by denalidigger | Views: 232 | Comments: 13

Hello, so my company does excavating work but recently started landscaping yards. I hired two guys couple years ago who love final grading and seeding. We have done about ten residential yards and numerous septic systems with straw and a bale chopper and seed and mulch jobs. They have been hounding me to buy a hydro seeder. We are in southern Wisconsin and I"m curious on brands. Any help I would appreciate the input. Thanks and think SPRING!!
Mon March 05, 2018, 04:33:17 PM by ProTilling | Views: 65 | Comments: 2

I have posted several times this winter to get answers to various questions about hydroseeding.  Everyone here on the forum has been very helpful.  With spring just around the corner I am looking forward to getting started in hydroseeding. 

One of the last questions I have is the best type of grass seed to use.  Just for reference, I am in Salt Lake City, Utah.  Its very dry here and just about everyone has a sprinkler system.  We are usually in the high 90's during the summer.  We h...
Sun March 04, 2018, 02:26:14 PM by tomahawk256 | Views: 102 | Comments: 4

We have (2) T90 Finn hydroseeders, both late 90's vintage.  We typically only apply mulch/tack with our hydroseeders, the seed and fertilizer are applied with tractors.  Finn's website claims we can run 400 LBS of mulch per load, we've found we can only run 250 LBS of mulch per load without the machine plugging.  We use Profile 100% wood mulch.  Does anyone else run into this issue?

I understand running mulch through the hose will be more prone to plugging, but we are plugging our mac...
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