Erosion Control Services

Buffel Grass Seed Company, Inc. Erosion Control Division provides a full service of erosion control contract services. We specialize on installations of your Storm Water Pollution Protection Plan (SWPP) Best Management Practices (BMPs) needs. Below are just some of the many erosion control services that we provide:

  • Hydro-Seeding (Hydro-Mulching)
  • Silt Fence
  • Sediment Logs (Wattles)
  • Erosion Control Blankets (ECBs)
  • Construction Entrances/Exits
  • Rock Filter Dams
  • Orange Safety Fence
  • Tree Protection
  • Chain Link Fence
  • Rock Gabions
  • Street Cleaning
  • Re-Vegetation with Sod
  • Light Grading (Skid Steers, Tractor with Box Blades, etc.)
  • Retention/Filtration Ponds
  • Triangular Dike Fence
  • Storm Water Inlet Protection
  • Irrigation (Temporary, Permanent and/or Water Trucks)
We have a licensed Irrigation Division.

Hydro-Seeding / Hydro-Mulching Services

Outfall Ditches for Subdivisions
Los Vientos Ditch with mulch 6Los Vientos Ditch Initial grass 4
Los Vientos Ditch with mulch 1Los Vientos Ditch Initial grass 6

Most cities are enforcing vegetation establishment before before a outfall ditch is turned over to the city. This minimizes the city's expenses maintaining the ditch after the developer has turned it over to the city. The above photos show before and after shots of the same ditches.

Roadside Ditches

Holly Road Ditch Initial grass 2

Foxtail Millet, Annual Ryegrass and Bermuda planted on Holly Road Ditch in Corpus Christi preventing slope erosion. The Foxtail Millet and Annual Ryegrass will go away over time and the Bermuda Grass will be the permanent grass. The Bermuda Grass is very drought tolerant, excellent for erosion control and enhances the looks of the property.

Roadside Ditches

Initial grass growth 1.5 weeks 15

Initial grass growth 1.5 weeks.

Initial grass growth 1.5 weeks 14

Initial grass growth 1.5 weeks.

Planted Bermuda Grass at a new subdivision located on North Padre Island. Photos above show grass only after 10 days from hydro-seeding / hydro-mulching. Note that there isn't sand on the roads going into the drainage system.


Above is an example where we turned an eye soar outfall ditch and made it part of a park thus adding functional value while beautifying the project.


You probably can't see the ditch to the left of this hike and bike project. Again, we combined a much needed outfall ditch for a subdivision and created a 1,200 feet long hike and bike area. The grass was established through hydro-seeding/hydro-mulching and some trees, playgrounds, benches and lights were installed thus maximizing the value of the subdivision and not wasting valuable real estate.


This man made lake needed vegetation to prevent erosion of the banks. We hydro-mulched this lake and a few weeks later...