Tag Archives: Equipment

How to Choose Between Sod, Seed or Hydroseeding

When renovating or installing new turf, choosing whether to sod, seed or hydroseed is a case-by-case decision. Below, we break down a few considerations, but the most important one should always be what’s best for the lawn and the customer’s goals. “When we are speaking with new clients who are assessing each option, we carefully screen them as much as they are screening us,” says Monte Dobson, owner of Rapid Lawn Hydroseeding and Landscaping in Regina, SK. “We want the method of new lawn installation to fit with our customers needs, not only short term, but longer term as well. Read More...

Rapid Lawn Hydroseeding Chooses FINN

Press Release: May 15, 2012

Rapid Lawn Hydroseeding and Erosion Control based in Regina, SK is pleased to announce they have upgraded their hydroseeding equipment to better serve their customers. Read More...

Plant Growth on Extremely Difficult Soil

Some soils are prone to erosion because it lacks vegetation to resist rainfall and water runoff. Plants and grass roots hold soil together and contain water, preventing the soil from breaking apart and running off with the stream. Erosion happens when the soil is weak to stand gravity, running water or even strong wind. So it’s obvious that to keep the soil solid and strong, maintaining vegetation is important. Read More...