Best Large Lawn Spreader

Once you USE IT… you’ll fall in love with its performance. 

With more and more lawn treatments become lighter, the SIZE of your hopper becomes more important.  The new ProGrade spreader is the perfect balance of hopper volume capacity, (15 gallons) carry weight (100 pounds), quality and price. (About $300 including shipping)  It’s a mid range on the price scale for lawn spreaders, but handles like a professional $600 unit. 

Lawn Spreader Tires… They make a huge difference.

When we were searching for our new “top pick” we would only review spreaders with 13 inch tires.  We have learned that having air filled larger tires make SUCH a difference, it’s not even comparable.  Don’t worry about ruts and pot holes. These tires make the ride super smooth.

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Lawn Spreader Features

SIDE SPREAD CONTROL: Accurate placement without wasted fertilizer. The even spread pattern eliminates stripes that are common with mass market spreaders.

DURABILITY: Solid linkage means no more cables & springs. A spreader that lasts year after year.

QUALITY: Professional grade pneumatic 13″ tires, oversized steel frame, full metal (no plastic) controls, and a heavy duty gearbox delivers performance.

CAPACITY AND ERGONOMICS: Features a 100lb capacity hopper attached to a sturdy tube steel frame with an adjustable length handle for taller operators.

Lawn Spreader Assembly Video

 

 

Smaller Spreader from Last Year

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Craig McMullin
Craig McMullin
8 months ago

My biggest problem with a new spreader is the settings. Whatever product your applying for the first time it is just trial and error to get the correct coverage. Most spreaders just have some kind of graduated notches or numbers which don’t mean much. They are just data points to remember for the next time if you are using the same product. And if your applying may different products to your lawn the issue is multiplied. Your thoughts? Regards Craig

Andrew Phillips
Andrew Phillips
6 months ago
Reply to  Craig McMullin

The best way to determine what settings to use is to use a non-fertilizer like humichar or anything that has the same prill size(i.e pellet size) as the product you want to drop. Pick an area say 500 sq ft weigh the exact product you need, drop it on the 500sq ft. When done weigh what you have. If you have any product left that would mean your hole settings was too small. If all the product is gone that means your hole size was just right. If your product finished before the end of 500 sq ft than that… Read more »

Isaias Rodriguez
Isaias Rodriguez
7 months ago

I was hoping you could help me out. I’m a newly subscribed person on your youtube channel and I love your videos. I was in the Marine Corp also 2001-2005. I would like to know what kind of grass I have but I can’t upload my pictures as they are too big. I hope you can help. Thank you for your time.

joseph s holland
joseph s holland
7 months ago

Very informative info. Thanks Doc

Mike
Mike
7 months ago

Doc, just ordered this same spreader. Any tips on the settings/feed rates when using Anderson’s products? Don’t think I’ve noticed this model referenced on the backs of any bags like the Scott’s or lesco’s.

Gary
Gary
2 months ago

Man this one isn’t available on Amazon right now🤨