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Hillsides can be a very suborn area to deal with. Establishing vegetation on hillsides differ depending on if there is irrigation or not. We can customize a Hydroseeding remedy that can accomplish a beautiful hillside


CREEPING RED FESCUE is one option for Hillsides.

Lots of Rain...NO EROSION!!!

2.Straw Blowing

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Straw Blowing in a process of taking baled straw and processing it through a machine that cuts the straw in to pieces 6 inches long, and then blowing out over an area covering in approx. 2 inches deep.
This will act as a deflector and preventing rain drops from impacting directly with the soil, thus stopping the silt from getting moblie with the water shed.
Also blown straw will filter moving silt , holding the dirt in its original location preventing erosion.

3 Step Process –
There is a method that most City, County and State agencies require for maximum protection from erosion.
STEP ONE- Hydroseed with the required seed mix, fertilizer, mulch and tackifier.
STEP TWO- Cover the hydroseeded area with 2 inches of blown straw
STEP THREE- Hydroseed with previous hydroseeded and blown straw areas with another layer of mulch and tackifier virtually gluing these layer down and giving the treated area triple protection from wind and rain.

Now – There is a new and effective option that is far more cost effective and quicker than Blown Straw – HYDROSTRAW!!!!



3.Silt Fencing

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A silt fence is a barrier to trap sediment temporarily during periods of soil disturbance like construction. The law may require people to install silt fences for certain kinds of projects, or they can be strongly encouraged, depending on the type of project and the setting. Once the fence is in place, regular maintenance is necessary to keep it in good working condition. For permanent sediment control, other measures are more appropriate.

The silt fence consists of a thick mesh fabric stretched between poles positioned downslope of flow from the site where the soil disturbance will occur. People must partially backfill the upslope section of the fence to promote filtration of sediment, and a series of fences may be necessary to control runoff. Silt fences prevent sediments from entering nearby waterways, and they can also reduce erosion by keeping fine soils and other materials on a site, rather than allowing them to be carried off with storm water.

Before any kind of soil disturbance occurs, the silt fence should be set in place. There are a number of design approaches, and it is important to make sure the fence is firmly seated and appropriately placed. When multiple runs of fencing are necessary, they should work well with each other to prevent sediment loss. People can also design the fencing to create things like sediment filtration ponds, allowing suspended particles in runoff to filter to the ground before the water flows through the fence.

3.Wild Flower

We have a lot of wild flower options


Hydroseeding with Wild Flowers and bring your property a sense of peace and quiet. We have many many options for bringing the colors of nature to you.


We can apply Wild Flowers that grow only to a height of 24″ so they don’t become a burden after the flowering cycle is completed.


Wild Flowers can be applied anytime, but no later than October for a spring flowering.

Still have questions? Please contact us anytime! We look forward to hearing from you.

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