Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Scotts Hand-Held Lawn Spreader

 My Scotts handheld lawn spreader reviewed

Scotts hand held lawn spreader

Most homeowners love a lush green lawn and achieving that beautiful lawn can be a lot of work. Luckily for me, I have a small yard so taking care of it is not so bad. 

If you have a large yard you probably have a lawn spreader on wheels. I honestly don't have room in my garage for one more thing, so I found this handy little handheld lawn spreader. It is perfect for my small yard.

Features of Scotts Hand-Held Lawn Spreader:

Great for small yards
All sturdy plastic 
Fully assembled  and ready to go
Five spreader settings
Holds up to 1,000 sq. ft. of lawn products
5-Feet of broadcast 
Easy hand crank

Scotts recommends feeding your lawn with weed and feed or lawn food four times a year. I would only feed twice a year, once in early spring and then again in the fall.

Because we live only two blocks from a lake I quit using weed and feed because of chemical runoff into the lake. I still use my lawn spreader in early spring. I spread granulated lime and a couple weeks after that I spread grass seed.

The lime increases the PH balance and calcium in the soil for thicker greener lawns and improves the soil structure and root development. The grass seed is for new growth and helps choke out weeds. The spreader is perfect for small yards, gardens, and flower beds.

In the winter this little lawn spreader is a handy tool to spread ice melt on my driveway and sidewalks. Although I prefer spreading the lime and grass seed much better. Scotts even makes a battery-powered spreader. For this one, you will need two AA batteries.

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5 comments:

  1. This hand-held lawn spreader sounds perfect for a small yard, or even small areas that are hard to reach in a large yard, such as around a garden or patio area. Excellent advice, Sam. Thanks so much.

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  2. A handy lawn weed & feed spreader is essential in every home with a yard. Having one that could sit on a shelf and not take up a lot of storage room is awesome, especially since you only need it a few times a year. Although, come to think of it, you might want it more often for that ice melt! Still, not needing a lot of storage space is great.

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  3. This compact, easy to use, hand-held lawn spreader sounds great for someone who has a small lawn! Thanks for sharing your review and recommendation.

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  4. Oh that would be handy for someone with a smaller area to maintain! I will have to share this with others as I no longer have a yard to worry about! I know lots of peop[le that do so hopefully it will help them out too! I love sharing great finds!

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  5. Oh yes these are handy little gizmos - we have had one for years

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