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Hydromulching is a one-step process where seed, fertilizer, mulch and a binder/tackifier are combined together in water. The resulting slurry is sprayed onto the soil surface providing a wood fibre interlocking mat that retains moisture for seed germination.

The mulch is dyed green with a non-toxic dye to help identify areas requiring ongoing treatment. This dye usually fades out of the fibre as growth of the seed cover crop advances.

On difficult slopes, additional Binders may be used to increase the effectiveness of the application. Hydromulching is best suited to higher rainfall areas such as coastal regions.