Green grass attracts shoppers. Nice landscaping can make a great first impression before customers even drive onto your lot or walk into your store. But frequent droughts and water restrictions hurt your ability to keep the landscaping lush and green. If your store can only devote water or resources to a few areas of landscaping, … Read moreBetter Grass Coverage For Your Business
When cool winter weather brings moisture and rain into the air, erosion can become a very real and frightening concern. If your property contains a hill or a pond, it is at much higher risk of erosion. It’s never too early to contact a specialist to protect your land with erosion control. Signs of Erosion … Read moreHow to Keep Erosion under Firm Control
Erosion is a natural process where the earth’s crust is moved from one place to the next via wind or rain. Generally this process is a slow one taking many years to occur in nature. However, with construction and new home sites this process can happen quickly. There are many factors that can affect how … Read moreErosion: Controlling a Natural Process
There are many ways to achieve a healthy, beautiful lawn or green space for your home or business. However, depending on the size of the area and your needs, the process to a happier, greener landscape could be expensive and ineffective. Currently, hydroseeding is one of the most effective and beneficial process for seed germination … Read moreThe Benefits of Hydroseeding
For cool season seeding (September-February) in East Texas we recommend turf style rye. Need Grass Now uses a high quality, tested and certified seed. The outcome will be an amazing thick, green stand of grass that will be a little less stalky and bulky than regular old Oregon rye and will be easier to make … Read moreWinter Ryegrass Solutions
Hydroseeding and hydromulching are in essence the same thing. Materials such as straw, wood, cotton, and newspaper are mixed in a large tank with grass seed, dye, water, and tackifier. The tackifier acts as a glue to hold the organic materials in place, allowing cover and moisture for an environment that is optimal for seed … Read moreWhat is Hydroseeding?