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Recommender: Spreader/sprayers

February 17, 2015 -  By

Spreader/sprayers: Which do you use and why?

Jason Collins, regional sales manager for Turfco, demonstrates its spreader/sprayer at the 2014 LM Lawn Care Forum in Orlando, Fla. Photo: LM

Jason Collins, regional sales manager for Turfco, demonstrates its spreader/sprayer at the 2014 LM Lawn Care Forum in Orlando, Fla. Photo: LM

Tom Lynch
Branch manager, Swingle Lawn, Tree & Landscape
Fort Collins, Colo.
“Swingle has used PermaGreen since 2006. We see a 30 percent increase in daily production per technician in residential lawn care … and employees are happy at the end of the day, much less tired and come to work refreshed and ready to go. This machine helps retain employees who may otherwise move on to another career.”

Michael Rogers
President, Kathleen’s Lawn & Ornamental Pest Control
Evans, Ga.
“We’ve used (the L.T. Rich) Z-Plug, along with all of its attachments for a little bit over year. It’s so versatile for the investment of $10,000 to $12,000 dollars—I can aerate, spray and spread. That piece of equipment makes multiple levels of profit for us.”

Kent Harlan
Owner, Kent’s Lawn Service
Beatrice, Neb.
“What we’re able to do with the Exmark Stand-On Spreader Sprayer with dry flowables and wettable powders has changed my business. This machine will pick up the active ingredient, put it back into suspension and spray it cleanly. I haven’t gotten better control with any other machine as long as I’ve been doing chemical work.”

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