Winnipeg Hydroseeding

Specialists in hydroseeding services for Winnipeg and surrounding communities

Modern hydroseeding is misrepresented by its name, it would be more appropriate to call it “Hydrologic Erosion Control. When seed and fertilizer is added, it becomes is an easy and economical way to seed or plant your lawn at a fraction of the cost of sod. It is the process applying a mixture of wood fiber mulch, organic soil amendments, fertilizer, seed, tackifiers and the water necessary to optimize the germination of the seed being applied. Hydroseeding provides flexibility for homeowners, contractors and hobby farmers needing different varieties of seed while at the same time being completely environmentally friendly.

The Winnipeg hydroseeding difference:

At Winnipeg Hydroseeding, we work to the highest standards of this industry. As Hydroseeding has been arround since the early 1950s, the standards are known and well established through scientific tests and years of experience. As a result, we do not use home made blends of non-renewable peat-moss , paper fibre, or vermiculite as mulch, only the highest quality of wood fibre with tackifiers at concentrations appropriate to the contracted application. We are firmly committed to successful turf establishment and erosion control on every project.

Examples of uses of hydroseeding:

  • Residential lawns
  • Commercial lawns
  • Hillsides
  • Roadsides
  • Sports fields
  • Golf courses
  • Utility repairs
  • Construction sites
  • Parks and schools
  • Cemeteries
  • Erosion control projects
  • Site restoration
  • Wild-life food plots
  • Re-vegetation
  • Small Pastures

Hydroseeding provides flexibility for homeowners, contractors and hobby farmers needing different varieties of seed while at the same time being completely environmentally friendly.  As compared to conventional seeding, it is faster, more effective and with the use of tackifiers, can provide immediate erosion control.



After hydroseeding with grass seed, your property will have a green appearance from the mulch in the spray mix.  Depending on moisture, care and temperatures, the grass should begin to come up in 5 to 7 days and be ready for a trim in 4 weeks.

Some of the benefits of hydroseeding versus sod are as follows:

  • Hydroseeding is a fraction of the cost of sodding.
  • Hydroseeding will require less water to establish.  
  • Hydroseeding will establish faster and will be more drought resistant as the roots will be in soil.  
  • Hydroseeding allows for mixing of blends for each specific location. What are the seed blends in the sod you purchase?
  • Hydroseeding also eliminates the backbreaking dirty job of laying sod by hand.