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 germination.
Hydroseeding is much more affordable than sod. Typically, an average yard can be done for about a third of the price it would be for sod. Hydroseeding can be a great option to plant yards for new construction and to control erosion.
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