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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I found drop-rate tables at http://www.vigoro.com/ProductCategories/WeedInsectControl/SummerFertilizer/ProductDetails/Spreader+Settings.htm and http://www.bayeradvanced.com/media/productlabel/502840A_label.pdf. I don't know how accurate they are, but they are consistent with one another so I'm using them :)
Posted on Mar 21, 2010
add 10 - Scotts Turfbuilder spread at # 4 on a Scotts spreader should be on setting # 14 on an Earthway spreader.
Posted on May 06, 2010
Here is the rule of thumb to determine your spreader setting.
Place enough material in the hopper to cover 1,000 sq. ft. (Usually indicated on the bag of product, if not indicated, take pounds in bag and divide by the number of thousand square feet bag covers. Example: 23lb bag covers 5,000 sq ft, divide 23 by 5 to get 4.6lbs per 1,000 sq ft).
* Place the spreader setting on a low setting (Usually one-fourth of the spreader setting range or less).
* Spread the material over a 50 x 20 ft. area (This is 1,000 sq. ft.).
* If material is left over, they need to increase the setting.
* If they come up short, they need to decrease the setting.
* While this is not a scientific method for getting the spreader setting, it will be close.
Posted on May 17, 2010
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
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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