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Our Services

Country Club Hydroseeding provides Hydroseeding services for Residential, Commercial, Erosion Control, Solar Fields, Landfills, Pastures, Sports Fields, Hillsides, Cemeteries, Roadsides, Parks, and more!

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  • More effective than hand seeding

  • Fraction of the price of sod

  • Quicker germination

  • Develops a better deep root system

  • Less installation time

  • Less materials

  • One day service

  • One step application

  • Erosion Control

  • Quality

  • Non-toxic

How It Works

 Step 1: Soil Preparation

At least 2-3 inches of nutrient rich top soil raked to final grade is required before hydroseeding to ensure germination.  


If you have an existing lawn, we highly recommend that you rip it up completely and bring in fresh loam.  You can power thatch your existing lawn to churn up any loose or dead grass and then rake it up and bring in at least 2-3 inches of fresh loam.  As said above, we do highly recommend getting rid of all the pre-existing dead grass to get the best results so the new seed can germinate to its full potential. 


 Step 2: Hydroseeding


Leave it to us! This is where we step in and take care of the Hydroseeding in a quick one step process. We'll be in and out before you know it!

Hydroseeding provides nutrients for healthy seed germination.  Hydroseeding is fast and cost effective.  It can cost less than 1/3 of the cost of sod.  For a fraction of the price you can have a beautiful lawn in just a few weeks without the backbreaking work!

 Step 3: Watering

  • Sprinkler system recommended to keep your lawn healthy through its growing stage and as it matures 

  • Keep soil moist at all times

  • Increase water during hot / windy weather

  • Water 2-4 times a day. (8am, 12pm, 4pm - 10-15 min per zone)

  • The first 14 days are critical

  • Do not water during the night - Make sure its not wet after dusk to avoid fungus

  • Check all areas to make sure that the water does not pool or run

  • Make sure that all areas are hit evenly and accurately so no seed is deprived of water

  • Be prepared to adjust your sprinkler according to the weather.  

  • Pythium Blight


 Step 4: Mowing


Once your new grass reaches 3.5 inches you can start mowing the lawn.  Make sure your fresh grass is cut down no more than 3 inches. Make sure your mower blade is sharp.  


Always keep the 1/3 rule in mind.  Never cut off more than 1/3 of the grass blade during each mowing.  Removing all clippings is recommended so you do not cause stress on your new lawn.

 Step 5: Fertilizing

After 3 weeks your new lawn is ready and should be fertilized.  Either hire a professional or go to your local Valley Green and pick up a fertilizer with no weed killer in it.  Make sure you do not use weed killer on your lawn for at least 3 months or 2-3 mowings.



Just because your lawn now looks beautiful and is being mowed regularly does not mean that you can slack on necessary maintenance.  Your lawn is still in its infancy stage and needs a lot of care to stay healthy!  If you have any questions please contact us and we would be happy to help.

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