Scotts Handheld Spreader Settings Chart

Since its launch, the Scott Handheld Spreader has become popular with some gardeners. When it comes down to it, this product is a great tool for taking care of your grass.

Before using the spreader, you will have to adjust some settings. If you have the right figures, you can use the device to apply various chemicals and seeds without any issues.

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Scotts Handheld Spreader Settings Chart

Here are the best settings for adjusting the Scotts Handheld Spreaders for seeds and chemicals. But before using this chart, we suggest that you get extra advice from the manual that comes with your preferred spreader.

  • Scotts Fenway Park ( Overseeding/Bare Lawn) == 3/4
  • Scotts Turf Builder Dense Shade Mix ( Overseeding/ Bare Lawn) == 4/4
  • Scotts Handheld Spreader Settings for Turf Builder Sun & Shade (Overseeding/ Bare Lawn) == 4/4
  • Scotts Handheld Spreader Settings for  Fertilizer == 3
  • Scotts Handheld Spreader Settings for  Scotts  Winterguard Lawn Food == 4
  • Scotts Wizz Spreader Settings for Crabgrass and Grassy Weed Preventer == 3.25

Scotts Handheld Spreader Settings for  Grass Seeds

  • Scotts Handheld Spreader Settings for Scotts Fenway Park – 3 ( Overseeding), 4 (Bare Lawn Setting)
  • Scotts Handheld Spreader Settings for Turf Builders Dense Shade Mix – Scotts Wizz Spreader Setting: 4 ( Overseeding), 4 go over the lawn twice (Bare Lawn Setting)
  • Scotts Handheld Spreader Settings for Turf Builder Sun & Shade: 4 ( Overseeding), 4 go over the lawn twice (Bare Lawn Setting)

Scotts Handheld Spreader Settings for Fertilizers 3lbs/1000 sq. ft

  • Scotts Handheld Spreader Settings for Fertilizers  – 3

Scotts Handheld Spreader Settings for Scotts Fenway Grass Seeds

For many gardens and lawns, the Scotts Fenway park is a great tool for getting attractive grass. But before it can provide that look, you will have to get the right settings. So if you are applying the grass with a Scotts handheld spreader, choose a setting of 3 ( for overseeding) while 4 is enough for new lawns.

Scotts Handheld Spreader  Settings for Scotts Turf Builder Dense Shade Mix

If you have plans of adding the Scotts Turf Builder Dense Shade Mix ( with a handheld spreader) to your yard, then it would help if you used the right settings. For overseeding tasks or new lawns, you can set the spreader to 4.

Scotts Handheld Spreader Settings for Turf Builder Sun & Shade

The Scotts Turf Builder s another great item for getting the good grass in your yard. As you apply this product, ensure the spreader is set at 4.

Scotts Handheld Spreader Settings for Fertilizers 3lbs/1000 sq. ft

Asides from seeds, you can use the Scotts handheld spreader to share fertilizer on the grass. If you are looking for the best results, set the dial at 3.

Scotts Handheld Spreader Settings for Scotts Winterguard Lawn Food

If you want to prepare your garden for harsh winter conditions, you might have to apply the Scotts WinterGuard Lawn Food. For the best results, use a setting of 4 to disperse this product.

Scotts Handheld Spreader Settings for Crabgrass and Grassy Weed Preventer

With a good weed preventer, you can also enjoy a healthy lawn. As you apply this product with a handheld spreader, leave the dial at 3.25.

How to Care for the Scotts Handheld Spreader

Asides from using the right setting, the Handheld Spreader needs the best care before it can perform efficiently. Now here are some tips for maintaining the Scotts Wizz Spreader.

  1. Remove any leftover materials from the Handheld Spreader. Then wash out the device by hosing it down.
  2. Avoid dipping the device in water for long periods
  3. Replace the batteries as often as possible
  4. Use the Handheld Spreader with the instructions listed on its manual
  5. Report any complaints with the Scotts Wizz Customer Service Centre

Author

  • Danny Saunders

    Danny Saunders is a tech enthusiast. He enjoys getting his hands dirty with the features and settings of tech products and pushing them to their limits just to know how to get the best from them and how well they can endure "abuse" without breaking down. He shares his findings on this blog.