Question about Scotts Company Scotts Pro Edgeguard Broadcast Push Spreader
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: i have an older rotary
After doing a search I found this:
From Lesco website
For 18-24-12 %50 PPSCU
Product Application Rate:
*LBS PER 1000 SQFT 4
Craftsman Drop 7
LESCO HD-1 7
LESCO R-94 7.5
LESCO Rotary (80# & 100#) 15
Red devil 6
Scott's Accu Green 7.25
Scott's Easy Green 26.25
Scott's R7- X F.5
Scott's R8-A J.5
Scott's Speedy Green 1000 6
Scott's Speedy Green 2000 7
Scott's Speedy Green 3000 6
True Temper 1500 \ 5000 5.5
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Posted on Oct 24, 2010
If the wheels turn( that is you can push the spreader easily) but the vertical shaft that spins the broadcasting plate doesn't, seems like the gears connecting the axle to that vertical shaft are worn; but if the wheels just slide along the gropund without turning then it would seem something right under the bin is keeping the verical shaft from turning. But I'm NOT an expert; I'm looking for an answer myself,
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
I have looked for spare parts but you can buy a brand new spreader off of Ebay for £29.99.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
Yes, lime can be applied in the in the Scotts DLX spreader. for a 50# per 1000 square foot application rate it is suggested to use a spreader setting on 7 on you model, and to walk over the same area three times. If you have any further questions feel free to contact Scotts @ 1-800-543-8873
Posted on Feb 22, 2011
SOURCE: I have a speedy green
listed below are the SpeedyGreen 2000 suggested spreader settings for lime:
(Please note that these are not exact measurements but they are close enough for lime applications)
30# per 1000 sq. ft. - Setting of 10
40# per 1000 sq. ft. - Setting of 7.5, go over the area twice
50# per 1000 sq. ft. - Setting of 7, go over the area three times
Posted on Mar 07, 2011
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