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Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by Clear-Cut, Nov 27, 2006.
what is a good walk behind spreader?
used for spreading seed and dry fertilizer
ive been trying to find a good one myself, probably going to go with the lesco this time,
I couldn't stand being without my Lesco.
OK, Lesco is a good spreader but I what can I do about all of the seed or fert going to one side on hills. If there is speader that keeps all the fert in the bottom on hills, i'll be the first on in line for it.
i love my earth way spreaders.never tried a lesco but there probably good.for seeding on steep hills i like to use a little one that straps to my shoulders.
does lesco hav better drop spreaders than the crappy all plastic scotts spreader that is out there? all i am doing is small residential...i dont want the spreader throwing seeds all over the place (especially into the mulch beds)
I love it....won't do without it! Show me something else that you can throw 80# of sh!t in to and have it hold up to it year after year....for ten+ years!
nevermind i just found these:
which one do you think?
Boy, I just don't like drop spreaders.