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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by ERICKS, Sep 21, 2001.
What are you guys doing to put granular fertilizer in narrow beds?? Like what equipment??
An Ortho Whirlybird spreader.
Scotts handheld. It's super comfortable. Also use it for those mini turf areas and other pain spots.
I agree on the scotts handheld spreader. Those things are $10 and are great for narrow beds, salting narrow sidewalks, spreading seed on goat hills. You get the idea.
Not trying to be funny, but - what is a goat hill?
expression for to steep for me to walk on!
Exactly right about the "goat hill" !!
Have one myself. We have goats on it too!
Ours is a 42 degree slope.
ACME (that's right the kind the RoadRunner uses)
Spred-rite G Gravity-Flow granule spreader.
It's available at Lesco.