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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I found this:
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
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
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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If the product you are planning on applying has a spreader setting for a Scotts SpeedyGreen, or specifically for the SpeedyGreen 3000; you can that recommendation in your Edgeguard Deluxe Spreader. If they do not have a suggested spreader setting for the SpeedyGreen, or SpeedyGreen 3000 settings then this question would best be answered by calling Scotts directly @ 1-800-543-8873. One of our associates would be happy to assist you further.
We do have a general rule, called the 50 by 20 rule which will allow you to use any product in any spreader, but there is some work that will need to be done.
* Weigh out and Place enough material in the hopper to cover 1,000 sq. ft. (In your case 2.3 pounds)
* Place the spreader setting on a low setting (Usually one-fourth of the spreader setting range or less. In your case i would suggest about 2.75 or 3)
* Spread the material over a 50 x 20 ft. area (This is 1,000 sq. ft.).
* If material is left over, you will need to increase the setting accordingly
* If they you up short, you will need to decrease the setting.
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