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Thu March 16, 2023, 08:53:31 AM by Zbruner | Views: 56 | Comments: 1

Has anyone took a 500xpw an added mechanical mixing
Fri March 10, 2023, 05:59:11 PM by tdpalms | Views: 231 | Comments: 1

Picked up a 300 gallon hydroseeder secondhand. Love the setup, works like a charm, and covers about 3,300 sqft per load consistently. The issue I've seen is getting those 3,500-5,000 lawns done without wasting most of a second tank. A lot of the time I can put jobs back to back and use the remainder of the second tank on the next job, but sometimes I end up having to just lay it on extra thick to use the entire load if I only have one job that day. I'm wondering if I can do a partial load to bri...
Wed March 08, 2023, 01:28:29 AM by Betteringreen | Views: 103 | Comments: 2

I'm wondering if anyone has done any controlled tests to see if these products ACTUALLY reduce watering needs.

I've read the marketing... Pretty bold claims. A salesman is telling me that the liquid "hydretain" gets poured right into the slurry and reduces the rate that the water evaporates from the mulch.

I'm just wondering if it is actually worth adding it to my mix. Anyone have any solid info?

Tue March 07, 2023, 10:48:48 PM by Betteringreen | Views: 136 | Comments: 3

Just looking for general advice hydroseeding Bermuda grass
My hydroseeding experience is all cool season grass and now I live in the South so trying to get it all figured out..

The following recipe is what I have come up with based on a lot of reading and talking with supply salesmen but I'd sure love more advice from you experienced guys if you're willing to drop a nugget or two.

Let's say flat ground, soil temps 70F and climbing...

2000lb/acre 100% wood fi...
Wed February 22, 2023, 08:55:19 AM by johnsonj773 | Views: 232 | Comments: 1

Hello i see there have been many discussions on whats best to use as a tank coating but was curious has anyone ever used chassis saver to coat the inside of a tank? been looking at coal tar and cor lar 2 but i'm thinking that chassis saver will be as good as the the other 2 thoughts?
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Re: 500 xpw by Turboguy
[Thu March 16, 2023, 06:37:49 PM]

500 xpw by Zbruner
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Re: Can you do partial loads in 300 gal VSI Hydroseeder? by Turboguy
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Can you do partial loads in 300 gal VSI Hydroseeder? by tdpalms
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Re: Looking for advice on hydroseeding BERMUDA by Turboguy
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