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I have a scotts C2 rotory spreader with alphabetical letters, how do i calibrate that to the numbers on the fertilizer bag?

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Since I didn't have a manul, I downloaded one from Scott's and used that to calibrate the spreader which was out of calibration.

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There is no correlation between the letters on your C2 to the numbers that are now used on newer spreader models. Your best bet is to do your own test. Measure a 50 x 20 foot area in your lawn. Place enough material in your hopper to cover 1000 sq ft. Set your spreader setting on a ¼ of your spreader setting range. Spread the material over the 50 x 20 foot area. If you have product left over you increase your spreader setting. If you come up short you decrease your spreader setting. While this is not exact it will give you the ballpark setting

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Start with #3 setting. You will be fine I have same spreader.Good Luck..

Posted on Apr 22, 2011

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I am sorry that neither spreader performed as they should have. This is very concerning to us, and we would like to get more information about the spreaders, if you still have 1 the manufacture date would be most helpful to us. It sounds like you could possibly have an over-application of the product as well. If you could call us at 1-800-543-8873, we would be happy to discuss this with you. Stacey at Scotts.

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Does the product you are using list any Scotts AccuGreen spreader settings? If so, you can safely use the spreader settings listed for the Scotts AccuGreen. If your product does not list any spreader settings, please give Scotts a call at 866-465-5160.

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How do you check to see if calibration is exact


Usually the cheaper residential grade spreaders are not exact, nor do they need to be. The best way to tell how close it is, is to measure the area to be fertilized length and width. Multiply the two numbers (example: 30' x 40' = 1,200sq ft.) Adjust the spreader according to the reccomendations on the bag, and follow the directions exactly! Walk at a brisk pace around the perimeter once, and then back and forth spaceing your passes about 5' for rotory spreaders. Compare the amount of product you used, to the coverage chart on the bag. In my experience, most all lawn fertilizers are best spread at 50% to 60% open on your spreader setting adjuster. (example: If your spreader has settings of 1-15, I'd go with 8) Always follow the directions on the product container as best you can. Spreading a little too heavy, or a little too light is not going to hurt anything, so there is no reason to be concerned with exact calibration unless you are applying discriminative herbicides... Hope this helps!

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Does the product you are using list any Scotts AccuGreen spreader settings? If so, you can safely use the spreader settings listed for the Scotts AccuGreen. If your product does not list any spreader settings, please give Scotts a call at 866-465-5160.

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Check the fertilizer bag for instructions. It will tell you the number to set it at for a drop spreader and a broadcast spreader.

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I am sorry that neither spreader performed as they should have. This is very concerning to us, and we would like to get more information about the spreaders, if you still have 1 the manufacture date would be most helpful to us. It sounds like you could possibly have an over-application of the product as well. If you could call us at 1-800-543-8873, we would be happy to discuss this with you. Stacey at Scotts.

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Your SpeedyGreen 2000 Rotary Spreader spreader was calibrated at the factory. However, a spreader's calibration may change or slip during periods of frequent or heavy use.
You may check the calibration by using the following directions. First, adjust your micrometer setting to 2. Squeeze the trigger against the handle. The calibration line is a small, raised line embossed on the top of the spreader's shut-off plate. With the micrometer set at 2 and the trigger squeezed against the handle, the calibration line should be aligned with the back edge of the hopper opening.
To adjust the alignment, use a small wrench to turn the black calibration screw at the lower end of the control wire leading from the micrometer rate setting barrel. Adjust the screw until the calibration line and back edge of the hopper meet. If you have any difficulty checking the calibration, contact us and we will be happy to help walk you through the adjustment.
When you are not pulling on the trigger handle, the cable should be loose. When you pull on the handle, the cable becomes taut and the shutoff plate slides open.
If you have any additional questions feel free to contact Scotts directly @ 1-800-543-8873

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I have a Scotts Rotary Spreader model C2.\r\nIt has letters of the alphabet, can u send me the relationship to the numbers . Rich Jewell


There is no correlation between the letters on your C2 to the numbers that are now used on newer spreader models. Your best bet is to do your own test. Measure a 50 x 20 foot area in your lawn. Place enough material in your hopper to cover 1000 sq ft. Set your spreader setting on a ¼ of your spreader setting range. Spread the material over the 50 x 20 foot area. If you have product left over you increase your spreader setting. If you come up short you decrease your spreader setting. While this is not exact it will give you the ballpark setting

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The bag of fertilizer should tell you on the back of the setting for your spreader. It will say, Scotts 3000, Greenway XXX, etc, with the setting for that particular product.

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1) Adjust the micrometer setting to 6.

2) Turn the spreader over.

3) Squeeze the trigger against the handle.

4) The front edge of the shutoff bar should be aligned with the calibration line engraved on the bottom of the hopper.

5) To adjust alignment, use a small wrench to turn the black calibration screw at the lower end of the control wire leading from the micrometer insert.

Note: If the hopper is missing a calibration line - with the setting at 6 they should be able to pass a 9/64" drill bit through the opening just to the right of center. (First opening to the right of the spring.)

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Since I didn't have a manul, I downloaded one from Scott's and used that to calibrate the spreader which was out of calibration.

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