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Looking for application rate setting on ez broadcast spreader for ammonium nitrate fertilizer that is at a rate of 50 lbs per 23000 feet of yard surface area. would like to consult manufacturer but unable to acquire that information,.

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http://www.gardentech.com/spreadersettings.asp

this is a link which will help you. Your setting should be on 7-8 using a criss-cross distribution pattern

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Posted on Jun 27, 2010

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SOURCE: i want to convert scotts

I worked for Scotts years ago and as far as I know there is no conversion. Best idea is to look at the pattern the fertilizer granules make with a Scotts spreader. Then try to duplicate it with the Sears. If you err, go lighter.

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Posted on Apr 18, 2011

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SOURCE: I have an antique scotts

That model is a little over 45 years old, gotta love those metal spreaders! Many times the new Drop spreader settings will work for the older models as well, you just have to make sure it looks like its dropping at the right rate. That can be a little troublesome, but if you can estimate about 1/4 of the bag and cover the proper area for that amount you should be good to go. You can always give us a call and confirm settings with us first at 1-800-543-8873. Stacey at Scotts

Posted on Jun 08, 2011

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SOURCE: I have an Scotts EvenGreen

1-888-270-3714.

This is the number for parts for Scotts parts. They may send you the spring free!

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Posted on Jul 09, 2011

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