What is a good broadcast spreader for residential use?

What is a good broadcast spreader for residential use?

Overall the Agri-Fab 45-0502 Broadcast Spreader is one of the best fertilizer spreaders for home use. It’s extremely durable and it has a large capacity, so you can make short work of almost any size lawn. It’s also built to last since it’s made in the USA, and it is covered by a 3-Year limited warranty.

What is a good broadcast spreader?

Our Top Broadcast Spreaders: Chapin 8401C: Commercial broadcast spreader, holds up to 80 pounds of product, stainless steel throughout to prevent rust. Scotts Elite: Inexpensive homeowner model, edgeguard technology, new dual rotor design. Spyker P20-5010: Professional level model, great for smaller areas, holds 50 lbs.

Which is better a drop spreader or broadcast spreader?

Drop spreaders are particularly valuable when you must be precise in the product’s release, whereas a broadcast spreader’s main function is to efficiently broadcast in all directions. Drop spreaders will also make sure you don’t waste any product as you’re spreading.

Are Lesco spreaders worth it?

After purchasing I can absolutely say it is worth the money. The only think I use the Gandy for is over seeding. Now, I also have a Lesco 80# which Is used for any and all granulars like gypsum. Much like the Gandy I can absolutely say it is the worth the price tag.

What setting should my spreader be on?

Set your spreader so that it’s ¾ open when engaged. If, for example, the spreader is calibrated 1 to 20, set it at 15. Place eight pounds of Milorganite into the spreader’s hopper. This is about one-fifth bag, or 8 lbs., of Milorganite, which is equivalent to 24 cups.

Where are Lesco spreaders made?

Re: Lesco 80lb and Drop Spreader made in China!

Who makes Lesco fertilizer?

Lesco, which was bought by John Deere in 2007, once a staple vendor in the golf turf industry, with a fleet of trucks that made on-site sales calls to golf courses across the country. SiteOne bought Lesco from John Deere Landscapes in 2013.

How do I choose a fertilizer spreader?

A handheld spreader is well-suited for small lawns up to 1,500 square feet. For medium-sized lawns up to 5,000 square feet, a small, walk-behind spreader suits the job. Large walk-behind spreaders work well for yards up to about 20,000 square feet. Go for a tow-behind spreader if your yard is larger than half an acre.