Only RTF Grass Seed Has R3 Technology


May 22, 2012 , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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 […]

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RTF Water Saver Grass Seed


May 22, 2012 , , , , , , ,

We’ve been diligently searching for a better alternative to the slow growing, low maintenance Eco-Lawn and Eco-Turf fescue seed blends and the “sod-like” Kentucky Blue Grass seeds that you see on the market, and we have found a winner! Introducing RTF Water Saver Grass Seed – It’s Simply Superior Grass Seed RTF Water Saver grass […]

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Rapid Lawn Landscape Solutions Ltd. Chooses FINN


May 22, 2012 , , , , , , , ,

Press Release: May 15, 2012 Rapid Lawn Landscape Solutions Ltd. based in Regina, SK is pleased to announce they have upgraded their hydroseeding equipment to better serve their customers. Owner and operator of the company, Monte Dobson, states that “with the significant growth and expansion of our business over the past number of years, we […]

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How to Rebuild Lawn Density


Apr 10, 2012 , , , , , , ,

Lawn renovation is the process of rebuilding your lawn’s density by mechanical and manual means.  To begin we normally core aerate all lawn areas to relieve soil compaction and allow for improved air-water-nutrient flow to the existing lawn’s root system. After all lawn areas have been aerated, we will mechanically slit-seed across all existing thin/stressed […]

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How Much Does Hydroseeding Cost?


Apr 02, 2012 , , , , , , ,

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. […]

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Spring Overseeding Techniques


Mar 30, 2012 , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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 SoilWhile 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 […]

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Hydrostraw BFM


Mar 29, 2012 , , , , , ,

We are a big fan of Hydrostraw’s new product called Hydrostraw BFM. Provides us greater efficiency per tankload of mulch and reaps excellent vegetation establishment and growth. HydroStraw, LLC has released its BFM product. A “Natural Progression Mulch” in the HydroStraw line up. Look for the neon green bag signifying HydroStraw Bonded Fiber Matrix. All […]

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Why Import Topsoil?


Mar 20, 2012 , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Would you rather put a bag of wood fiber or bag of peat moss in your home garden to improve the soil? The Conventional Approach to Erosion Control Starts by Adding Topsoil. Why import topsoil if after construction the only soil component that is missing is organic matter? Traditionally, the erosion control work starts by […]

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