Hydroseeding using state of the art purpose built machinery ensures that the ingredients – grass seed, fertilisers, soil binders and mulch are thoroughly mixed in tank and kept suspended in a homogenous slurry prior to application. The slurry is pumped to a high pressure discharge nozzle for uniform application onto sub soils, top soils and root zone to provide an even coverage on the roughest of terrain.
All types of vegetation can be grown using this system from fine fescue golf course mixtures to department of transport approved roadside grasses and native wild flower meadows and mowing strips. Hydroseeding has become a widely used method of seed application where large areas can be covered in a relatively short space of time and allows grasses to be grown where conventional landscape methods are impossible to utilise.
Our employees are National Proficiency Test Council City and Guilds qualified tree surgeons. We have experience in dismantling all species of trees. Tree surgery /felling is carried out using advanced arboricultural rigging techniques to dead / dangerous trees, storm damaged and trees for site clearance.
We operate an environmental ‘no burn’ policy for all brushwood, using native woodland species for all replacement planting. All brushwood from tree operations is chipped on site into our own chip box vehicles and removed for recycling. Timber is extracted from the felling zone by purpose built Botex timber extraction equipment and transported off site for wood fuel.
Our tree surgeons are capable of tackling all trees regardless of age or condition whether site clearance for land developers or private domestic customers.
The Aitchison family have been Hydroseeding in the UK since 1968. Alex T Aitchison was founder of this exciting new process of seeding which was first introduced to the United Kingdom in the 1960’s. He was indeed a pioneer of Hydroseeding at that time. The knowledge and expertise gained in those early years has been fundamental to the success of the business today.
In 1979, Gary Aitchison joined his father and learned the skills and knowledge of Hydroseeding. It seemed the right thing to do as Gary had always helped out over the school summer holidays, he had a willingness to learn and worked hard, starting from the ground up.
The re-development of Scotland’s second largest heap of colliery waste bing (Addiewell South), transformed into landscaped contours to soften the visual impact on the neighbouring mining village of West Calder. Aitchison Landscape contractors planted 150,000 native hardwood and softwood trees on the embankments and surrounds of this newly contoured bing and hydroseeding to the flat inner areas. This work was carried out for RJ Levack for West Lothian Council. This area is now the surrounds of HMP, Addiewell.
Gary took over the business in 1996, and secured new contracts with RJMcLeod, for Transport Scotland, on the A830 Fort William to Mallaig Road. The planting of 18,000 cell grown native hardwood trees and hydroseeding to embankments and verges provide what is now an ideal habitat for the flora and fauna of the surrounding environment.
Aitchison Hydroseeding is involved in a number of high profile contracts throughout Scotland, continuing to meet high environmental and ecological standards, helping to provide the ideal habitat for Scotlands flora and fauna.
New addition to the plant fleet - Honda quad seed and fertiliser broadcast spinner - for revegetating the huge soft ground areas on Windfarm and Hydroscheme borrow pits.
Our team has over 45 years of knowledge and experience. We are able to determine and tailor a suitable grass seed or wild flower mixture to blend into the surrounding landscape and soften the impact any construction project may have on the environment. The knowledge and experience we have gained allows us to modify seed specification to the customer and environments needs.
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