What setting should I use on Scotts spreader?
Likewise, people ask, what do the numbers mean on a Scotts spreader?
If it is a Scotts basic broadcast spreader, the number represents the number of pounds of fertilizer placed over 1000 sq ft.
Additionally, what do the settings on a broadcast spreader mean? A spreader setting is the rate in which you apply product to your lawn. Each Jonathan Green product has recommended rates of application, and coverage based on bag size. The application rate is defined as the amount of material applied per unit area of land.
Secondly, what should I set my lime spreader to?
Pelletized lime should be applied every other year (approximately 15 lbs./1,000 ft²) once you have your soil pH to its optimum level, which is between 6.0 and 6.5.
|Prize Lawn (Broadcast)||5|
|Prize Lawn (Drop)||11.5|
|Central Quality (Broadcast) 600B, 700, 100A||7|
|Central Quality (Drop) 175, 185, 205||12|
What do the numbers mean on a fertilizer spreader?
All fertilizer labels have three bold numbers. The first number is the amount of nitrogen (N), the second number is the amount of phosphate (P2O5) and the third number is the amount of potash (K2O). Phosphorus is provided as 0-46-0 and potash as 0-0-60 or 0-0-50.