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Making the most of your partnership with a Trusted Commercial Landscape Contractor

Rapid Lawn Hydroseeding is a Saskatchewan hydroseeding and grass seeding company that offers innovative revegetation, erosion control and site restoration solutions for all types of commercial and residential projects. We offer mechanical drill grass seeding, broadcast and harrow grass seeding and are suppliers for all types of turf grass seed, native grass seeds and erosion control projects.  In business since 2008, Rapid Lawn is a full time professional hydroseeding and grass seeding company with a proven track record of successful projects throughout Saskatchewan. Read More...

Rapid Lawn are your Saskatchewan Commercial Hydroseeding experts

Rapid Lawn Hydroseeding is a Saskatchewan hydroseeding and grass seeding company that offers innovative revegetation, erosion control and site restoration solutions for all types of commercial and residential projects. We offer mechanical drill grass seeding, broadcast and harrow grass seeding and are suppliers for all types of turf grass seed, native grass seeds and erosion control projects.  In business since 2008, Rapid Lawn is a full time professional hydroseeding and grass seeding company with a proven track record of successful projects throughout Saskatchewan. We got the opportunity to work on the SaskPower Switching Stationin Swift Current, Saskatchewan. Read More...

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...

The Benefits of Hydroseeding

Hydroseeding is a highly professional activity that must be done only under the supervision of a professional hydroseeder. This process requires a lot of technical knowhow and right equipment to get better results. Apart from using right skills and latest techniques, a hydroseeding company uses effective hydroseeding products to ensure that there is quick germination of seeds. Read More...

Landscape Designer Praises RTF Water Saver Grass Seed

Spring has set in and temperatures across the country are rising quickly. The summer-like feel is already alive and of course this means that homeowners, golf courses, municipalities and landscape companies alike are already seeding. Read More...

Only RTF Grass Seed Has R3 Technology

We often get asked “What kind of grass seed should I plant?”. The answer depends on numerous factors including soil type, sun vs shade, desired usage, traffic and the list goes on. We have done extensive research on numerous different types of grass seeds and have finally found one with excellent functionality and characteristics required for many different types of projects, such as new lawns, athletic fields and many other uses. 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...

Spring Overseeding Techniques

Do you tend to:

Overseed after a deadly winter on the Golf Course?
Overseed the area where snow was piled high all winter?

The Biotic Approach Means Building a Soil

While conventional erosion systems rely on imported topsoil to prepare a “seed bed”, the biotic approach relies on refurbishing the existing soil with tillage, if necessary, and with the addition of a Biotic Earth™ Growing Medium and EarthBound® Soil Stabilizers it will mimic the O horizon.

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Why Import Topsoil?

Would you rather put a bag of wood fiber or bag of peat moss in your home garden to improve the soil? Read More...