Scotts spreaders include an unique Edgeguard feature. Applies product only where you want it
Many Scotts spreaders include a unique Edgeguard feature that applies product only where you want it.
Choosing the Right Spreader
Scotts Turf Builder EdgeGuard Mini, DLX Broadcast Spreader Scotts Turf Builder Classic Drop Spreader Scotts Hand Green II Hand-Held Broadcast Spreader Scotts Innovative EdgeGuard Feature – - – Coverage Area Holds up to 4,000 square feet of Scotts Snap Products. Holds up to 15,000 square feet of Scotts Lawn Products. Holds up to 5,000 square feet of Scotts Lawn Products. Holds up to 10,000 square feet of Scotts lawn food. Holds up to 1,0000 square feet of Scotts Lawn Products. Holds up to 1,0000 square feet of Scotts Lawn Products. Benefits Lawn care made easy with no heavy bags, messy pouring, or complicated settings. Less waste. Less clean-up. Better for your environment. Comparable features to EdgeGuard DLX Spreader for smaller areas. 22-inch spread pattern for maximum coverage and accuracy. Great for applying grass seed and fertilizer – or ice-melting products in winter. Ergonomic design reduces wrist fatigue compared to other hand-held spreaders. Delivered Assembled and Ready-to-Use
Benefits of Multiple Feedings Regular feedings provide the nutrients your lawn needs to look its best
and withstand the stresses of weeds, heat, drought and family activity.
How to Feed Your Lawn with a Medium to Large Spreader
1.Using the SpreaderAll spreaders have a hopper (where you put the fertilizer), wheels, handle, on/off switch and a calibrator. The back of the lawn food package will give you the setting for your spreader. 2. Fill the Hopper
Open the bag and fill the hopper on the spreader. Once you have the proper setting on the calibrator, it is time to start feeding the lawn. 3. Make Header StripsFirst, make a header strip around the perimeter areas of the lawn. Watch the swath (the area where the application is broadcast) and make sure the granules fall on the lawn, and avoid getting it in other areas. 4. Feed the Rest of Your Lawn
Turn the spreader to “on” and start walking back and forth across the entire lawn. Once you reach the end of the lawn, turn the spreader off and return any remaining product to the bag.
How to Feed Your Lawn with a Hand-Held Spreader Adjust spreader selector settings according to theinformation below.
Pull trigger and turn crank clockwise while walking at normal speed
across area to be covered with product.
• Setting 1: For fine grass seed (blue, rye, fine fescue.)
• Setting 2: For coarser seed (tall fescue.)
• Setting 3: For light fertilizer (Scotts fertilizers at regular rate.)
• Setting 4: For heavy fertilizer (Scotts Poly-S products, fertilizers at heavy setting.)
• Setting 5: For pelletized fertilizer and ice melt products.
Scotts- Recommended Feeding Routine
Early Spring An early spring feeding helps grass green-up after winter. You should feed around the first time you mow your grass.
Late Spring Feeding now prepares grass for summer stress by thickening the blades on top and building deep roots below.
Early Fall An early fall feeding replenishes the nutrients lost in the harsh summer months for quicker recovery. You should feed when your grass comes out of dormancy.
Late Fall Late fall is the best feeding time because it builds strong deep roots and prepares grass for winter. You should feed when all the leaves have fallen.