Can I Get Hydroseeding in Winter for My Graham Property?

hydroseeding grahamIf you’re tired of looking at barren areas on your property and want a reliable solution for thick, rich grass that reduces erosion, too, consider hydroseeding! It’s important to understand the basics of application to ensure you get the results you want, and why this type of lawn is best installed from around April through October.

Winter is Often Too Cold

With some exceptions, the specialized formula of grass seed and fertilizer needs temperatures that are–and will stay–well above freezing to germinate. Even if weather conditions are acceptable for a week or so because of a relatively warm spell, you can expect the germination process to be much slower outside of the ideal growing season for grass. 

Grass Doesn’t Typically Grow During the Winter

Grass, like most other landscaping plants, trees and shrubs, becomes dormant in fall. Any grass seed application that occurs during this time will probably need to be repeated in the spring, as winter precipitation may wash it away before it germinates.

The Soil Gets Too Cold

Even if air temperatures reach the 40s or 50s consistently, the temperature of the soil has a big influence on whether grass germinates successfully. Once the soil is too cold, the roots won’t grow or if they do, it won’t be strong and deep enough to help reduce erosion.

Ready to Book Hydroseeding in Graham?

Nichols Hydroseeding delivers premium service with custom hydroseed applications. We’ll guide you through site preparation and prepare an individualized plan for the care and maintenance of your new grass. We take immense pride in our hydroseeding service and tailor it to the unique characteristics of your property’s soil and growing conditions. Whether your property is always sunny or has stubborn shady spots where nothing seems to grow, we can help. Contact us today to learn more and reserve your service for the spring.

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Posted on November 29, 2022 | Published by Ignite Local | Related Local Business