hydromulch

[hahy-druh-muhlch]
verb (used with object)
to spread mulch on (a field, garden, etc.) in a stream of water propelled through a hose.

Origin:
hydro-1 + mulch

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There are several options for effective mulching including pine needles, wood
  chips, and hydromulch.
Within one week of installation, the riprapped slope shall have an approved
  hydromulch seed mix applied.
Use commercial hydromulch, straw or hay to help stabilize exposed or steep
  areas until vegetation is established.
The contractor is continuing to install sod and hydromulch in areas as the work
  is completed.
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