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Old 03-20-2000, 12:26 PM
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Unfortunately, after all the calibrating you still have to eyeball the pattern coming out of your spreader. Moisture and other factors play a role in how you spread. Once you have your calibration correct, make a note of what it looks like coming out of the spreader. Watch it in sunlight and in the shade. As you go from job to job it should look the same unless you change the rate. Wind will screw it up as well.
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