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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by williamslawn, Feb 5, 2004.
Has anyone seen the new HPS Spreader from Lesco? If so please give details and price.
I e-mailed my Lesco store for info. When i get it I'll send it along.
The only drawback I see is a lack of a sprayer system and that the propeller speed is determined by ground speed, it could be a problem on the turns.
I saw it today at New England Grows. It looked good. Built a bit lighter duty than the Perma-green. It also didn't spray liquid which is a drawback. I did like the drive mehanism however.
Gregson Clark was also there with their large area machine, Wow talk about productivity!
Is that this one that I saw at Rittenhouse?>
if the price is cheep it may be a very good thing 4 wide areas and lite use
if u plan on beating on it every day i guess time will tell
Who makes that unit? I started a thread about those type sprayers
I was thinking of the HPS and one of those if the total cost is less than a permagreen.
Called dealer today he said price will be $2650 anyone else get a price?
The one I posted is on sale at Rittenhouse . They have it listed at $3100.00
The drop in sprayer is $600.00
Their sprayer looks identical to the Gregson clark unit
Great price $2600- $2700.00. Designed for those who do not need the spray feature of a Perm-A-Green. Hydraulic Drive with a easy forward/ reverse handle system. Very easy to operate.