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Discussion in 'Network: North' started by KINGSBURYLANDSCAPELLC, Feb 22, 2007.

  1. KINGSBURYLANDSCAPELLC

    KINGSBURYLANDSCAPELLC LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Good Bye snow... Hello Floods!

    Should have bet you the $100 scott lol
     
  2. 2low4NH

    2low4NH LawnSite Bronze Member
    from NH
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  3. Jb3NH

    Jb3NH LawnSite Member
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    Ya hey... how bout that rain! Astrological high-tide to boot. Got my fingers crossed everytime i check the weather for a couple more good snowstorms.. I got a question about Terra Seed.? Anyone around Portsmouth doing it? Anyone use it for better or worse, And What sort of results could i expect over the long and short term vs. 4 or 5 inches of spread loam and hyrdoseed?

    Thank You
     
  4. TGM

    TGM LawnSite Senior Member
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  5. 2low4NH

    2low4NH LawnSite Bronze Member
    from NH
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    you guys know where i can get tourqe specs for my motor? i need head, connecting rod, and case specs
     
  6. 2low4NH

    2low4NH LawnSite Bronze Member
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    found them
     
  7. KINGSBURYLANDSCAPELLC

    KINGSBURYLANDSCAPELLC LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Hey JB, not to familiar with terra seed. We just got into hydroseeding last year and have always used it as my source of installing new lawns and for erosion control by have sub contractors doing it before I got into it. My honest opinion is there is nothing hydroseeding can't give you.

    I will look into terra seed some more and give you my honest opinion of how I think it compares to terra seed though.


    Kris who did you use to get the specs?

    Any other people sitting in the dark? Also anyone see the damage done in hampton by that fire? Crazy stuff
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  8. 2low4NH

    2low4NH LawnSite Bronze Member
    from NH
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    right from kohlers site
     
  9. hotshot4819

    hotshot4819 LawnSite Senior Member
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    only thing terra seeding will do for you is saving the labor of putting the loam/compst down first...

    however,, You loosing the benifits of the hydroseeding mulch holding moister and speeding up germination...

    Terraseeding doesnt have ANY erosion control protection.... so if it rains, say goodbye to your seed..
     
  10. KINGSBURYLANDSCAPELLC

    KINGSBURYLANDSCAPELLC LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Ya I agree with Zach. Hydroseeding is the better option, at least for lawns. Terra seeding may work well for gardens though from what I read.
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