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Hydroseeding for Erosion Control

Hydroseedingwale are often commissioned to carrying out hydroseeding works for erosion control purposes. Hydroseedingwale uses the latest hydroseeding materials on the market to save clients time and money by seeding difficult areas that formerly required labour intensive erosion control blankets.

Hydroseedingwale use FGM (Flexible Growth Medium) and BFM (Bonded Fiber Matrix) hydroseeding products which provide superior erosion control and rapid turf establishment. Unlike traditional blankets, these specialist erosion control mulch products bond directly to the soil surface, providing a stronger hold and requiring less surface preparation. When installed properly by a professional hydroseeding contractor, these products create an erosion control blanket, effectively ‘locking-down’ the soils, whilst the seed germinates in the mulch. Specific products can remain in place for up to 24 months until the grass is strongly established, and only then will it break down organically. FGM products can be used on saturated areas, and can also be used for dormant seeding during winter or summer.

Hydroseedingwale use their technical hydroseeding knowledge and long standing relationships with mulch manufacturers around the world to deliver a cost effective and professional hydroseeding solution to all site requirements

Our solutions meet the specific needs of a range of industries, including:

  • Highway projects

  • Golf courses

  • Mining

  • Oil and gas pipelines

  • Landfills

  • Waste and garbage dumps/ fills

  • Commercial/residential construction

  • Airports

Our products take into consideration even harsh soil conditions and severe slopes to provide reliable, sustainable solutions for:

  • Slopes

  • Channels and canals

  • Shorelines

  • Water management projects

  • Pipeline restorations

  • Waste and ash fly containment sites

  • Landfills

  • Fine turf areas

  • Highways

  • Rail lines

  • Other environmentally sensitive sites