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When treating your lawn for grubs or applying fertilizer or nutrients, a granular spreader will help you to spread your product evenly and with the proper amount to be an effective pesticide or fertilizer. You will need to determine the size of the area you should treat and figure out the calibration and rate to get the most effectiveness out of your product and your fertilization efforts. This will also help you to choose the right fertilizer spreader for your task.
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Choosing a Granular Spreader
Misusing your spreader or choosing the wrong style can cause you to waste your time and money when you apply your product. You need to figure in several factors when choosing a spreader:
You also need to consider what type of spreader you need. Most commonly you will find broadcast spreaders, also called rotary spreaders, and drop spreaders. Here are the differences:
Using Your Lawn Spreader Correctly
Correct Lawn Spreader Settings (Video):
Always take care when loading and transporting your spreader. Keep the gate over the holes closed and sweep up any fallen product to dispose or reuse. Never apply in areas where you could potentially pollute ground or surface water.
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extermination insecticide, pesticide, chemical and bug killer treatment
products to spray, eliminate and exterminate pests.
Many of our products are not available in stores
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