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This was my first spreader and I still use it today! Very affordable and although it's plastic and does not compare to the expensive models in terms of quality, it just plain works and that's good enough for me.
For years Milorganite was part of my lawn program and is also a perfect fertilizer for beginners who want to start using granular but need practice with using a spreader without fear of damaging the lawn. My soil tests have since told me that I need other products instead of milorganite (it is high in phosphorus) but using this a few times a year and mixing in a product with potassium for the rest of your apps would be a good plan. p.s. look for this locally or for "clones" of similar products that will usually be called some sort of "organic lawn food" where you'll get a cheaper price than buying online
I use this grinder to sharpen mower blades. Pair this with a flap disc and it provides an easy to use solution for homeowners to sharpen blades at home.
Lawn renovations are a huge part of what I do...and so is covering that new seed! Finally, one of my subscribers created this spreader and it has allowed me to spread an even layer of peat moss or compost over the seed in my renovations WITHOUT making a huge mess all over the place.
- 24" or 44" steel topdressing roller can spread any compost, peat moss, or other fine ground topdressing material with a light and even layer
- Breaks up clumpy materials as it tumbles, leaving behind any large, unwanted residual in the drum for disposal
- The hinged door design of the Landzie Peat Moss Spreader swings open for easy access and has two low profile latches, so the gate won't swing open during use
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Do have reel mower fever? Show your love of reel mowing with this vintage look t-shirt! This t-shirt is comfortable,
SS5000 Sunny Mixture produces a beautiful lawn wherever bluegrass is adapted and where the site receives more than 4 hours of direct sun daily. Contains superior elite varieties of kentucky bluegrass, fine fescue, and perennial ryegrass.