It is less expensive than sod, and provided you pick the right variety of
grass and growing conditions are right, you'll get a nice stand of grass. It
is more expensive than seed, and I've never seen the equipment offered for
I just finished Hydromulching 1.7 acres. Has worked out very nicely. Cost
about 1/4 the price of sod including the cost of water to keep it moist for
2 weeks. I used a hybrid Bermuda.
The company (local Dallas, Texas) even gave me a guarantee he would keep
coming out until no spots larger that 12 inches in diameter were left.
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