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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by whoopassonthebluegrass, Jul 14, 2008.
I snapped a photo of this one while out working. Thought everybody could use a laugh.
It looks like he thought it was a broadcast spreader judging by the tracks...what a moron!!
I will say it looks possible that he used a broad cast spreader with a too wide of opening and too slow of speed and got too much product down...
or just walked around the edge with the deflector down a couple times and then hopped back in the truck and took off..thinking he had enough overlap.
A lawn of that size and configuration almost begs for a liquid feed. A correctly operated drop spreader will take too long and a broadcast spreader will throw granules all over the place, half of it will not land on the lawn.
I agree 1000%.
Liquid rocks on these "Tiny" lawns, and zero blower cleanup
just wondering the product used, that is an awesome before and after rolled into one lol
Gramps was out with his walker and chest spreader again
That's rediculous! I'm speechless.
Most likely the home owner used a small broadcast spreader. Looks like a nice lawn for the Permagreen. A couple minutes at the most.