Landfills, Highways, Airports, Land Reclamation of all kinds, our seeding equipment can get the job done.
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A common method of seeding our ditch lines and an approved Alberta Transportation method. Broadcast seeding is the method of spreading seed on the ground with a cyclone spreader. It is usually accompanied by mixing the seed into the soil with harrows. It is the most economical method of applying seed to large scale areas of land, however this process still leaves your site with exposed soils, and some form of hydro-mulch for erosion control is recommended on slopes greater than 3:1. This method of seeding is commonly used on County road ditches and highway projects covering large areas providing economical best effort results.
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Drill seeding is the method of mechanically pressing seed into the ground. A tractor mounted machine moves across prepared soils and presses seed from a hopper into the ground at a set depth of 0.1 to 25 mm. No harrowing or further soil preparation is required after drill seeding is completed. This process still leaves your site with exposed soils, heavy rains or wind can wash or blow the soil and seeds away causing erosion problems, some form of hydro-mulch for erosion control is recommended on slopes greater than 3:1.
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Specialized equipment for all types of projects, Overseeding is an economical quick method of reseeding without disturbing the healthy established turf. Sport fields and heavy traffic green areas can be seeded with a punch drill creating new growth in areas suffering from over use and high traffic, call us for more details and pricing.
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