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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...

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...

How Much Does Hydroseeding Cost?

Answer: Well, “it depends” on the desired results.

Better quality results require higher mulch application rates with specific types of mulch products. Standard application rate is approx 2000 lbs/ac, but a good hydroseeding contractor will adjust rates to meet the requirement of the job site. Slopes and other factors can require rates as high as 4500lbs/acre. As quality and application rates increase, so does the material and labour costs required to make the application. Also, the type or mulch can greater affect the success (or failure) of the job site. Paper mulches sprayed on by jet-agitation machines are “cheap”, but are highly ineffective during any kind of erosion events such as a heavy rainfall. Wood/Cotton/Straw mulches with tackifier are the best products available and can only be mixed and sprayed by heavy grade, mechanical agitation machines such as Finn. Read More...