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You're probably overwhelmed at all the different kinds of lawn spreaders to choose from. There are all sorts of different capacities to choose from, push lawn spreaders, pull lawn spreaders, plastic and metal lawn spreaders, some with round tubs on them for holding the fertilizer and some are oblong in shape. There are ones that throw the fertilizer out in a circular pattern and others that distribute the fertilizer in long rows as you walk along pushing or pulling it.
So which is the right lawn spreader for you? Well the size and capacity are going to be up to you, as you're the only one that knows the size and needs of your lawn. Push or pull types are pretty much the same in my opinion, although I prefer to push mine and watch what it's doing as I push it.
If you’re still overwhelmed of the different choices of lawn spreaders as you read this, why not check out Scotts® Snap® Spreader System, it’s got some remarkable differences than most lawn spreaders out there. First, it has an edge guard switch that allows you to stop the spreader from spreading fertilizer on areas you don’t want, such as when you’re spreading near your driveway where fertilizer pellets can stain your pavement. The spreader system also automatically sets the proper flow rate.
The most fascinating feature of the Scotts® Snap® Spreader System is that it connects directly to the snap spreader, so instead of cutting the bag and pouring the fertilizer into the spreader (which can often result in spills), you just place the bag in the spreader, uncut and unopened. The spreader then takes care of opening it for you. When you’re done, you can pull the bag out, and even if it still has fertilizer in it, it will self seal for storage. Fascinating, no? Check out Snap perks on Facebook for more information on Scotts Snap products.
do you have to water your lawn with the Scotts Snap Spreader?