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Scotts Turf Builder Mini Broadcast Spreader


Turf Builder Mini Broadcast Spreader

  • Get accurate coverage with precision rate settings
  • No assembly or calibrating required
  • Edgeguard Technology keeps product off non-lawn areas
$29.98 /each

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Product Overview

The Turf Builder EdgeGuard Mini Boradcast Spreader has Scotts Exclusive EdgeGuard Technology. The EdgeGuard feature allows you to easily keep fertilizer off landscaping, driveways, sidewalks, and out of waterways. Less waste, less clean up, and better for the environment.

  • Designed to ensure superior results when used with Scotts fertilizer
  • Holds up to 5,000 sq. ft. of Scotts lawns products
  • Rustproof hopper
  • Rustproof agitator




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Customer Questions & Answers

How does the Edge Guard work?

Don't have the manual so I don't know how this works.
Asked by: Klatu
The right side of the spreader is blocked off from dispensing products while in use. Like for a sidewalk, plants or brush.
Answered by: Vic
Date published: 2016-10-27

can this spreader be used to spread lawn seed

Asked by: Anonymous
worked great for me
Answered by: woodman
Date published: 2016-03-29

can i use to spread ice melt

Asked by: Anonymous
I DO! -Handicapped -I hook it upto the back of my Car/Trunk and Tow It down and back up the Driveway( a Jerry Rigged towing system ) -I use Solar Salt/Fine Grain Salt ( Not Course or Pellet) -But, I suggest if have typical Wider driveway of 10ft +? Get the 15,000 Sq Ft Spreader it handles 40 lbs ( or 1 Bag of Salt) and my Double Driveway x 50 ft takes 2 Bags at a time. and treast ave of 4-5" of Snow at a time. -This 5,000 Sq Ft only handles about 1/2 bag of 40 lb salt at the most..and will treat only about 2" of snow... -And yes, Wash it out come Spring and I coat my Metal Parts with Teflon Coating spray Its been 3 yrs and so far, so Good!
Answered by: Retired
Date published: 2016-08-13

how much does it hold/ 40 lbs pelletized lime, for ex??

Asked by: sa
It holds enough to cover 3,000 sf. If your yard is 6,000 sf you will need to fill it twice.
Answered by: Jet
Date published: 2016-11-15
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Customer Reviews

Turf Builder Mini Broadcast Spreader is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 458.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from EdgeGuard makes for bad overall design Great idea to include edgeguard for going along driveways and patios. Unfortunately, this feature ruins the use of the product for the rest of your lawn. The rotating edgeguard turns from off to on position. When off, the spreader should throw a consistant spray of fertilizer forward and to the sides. The poor design makes it throw wide on one side and not nearly as wide on the side where the edge guard is stowed. Makes it confusing to figure out how to properly overlap your lines up and down your yard. Also the lever doesn't stay in a locked position, so as your rumble down your yard, the edgeguard turns to the on position, cutting your spray pattern almost in half, unpredictably. Well built machine, but horrible execution of a feature that should work... Find a different brand.
Date published: 2016-09-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from If you are dealing with a small residential yard, this is worth the money. I have had mine just ... If you are dealing with a small residential yard, this is worth the money. I have had mine just over 5 years now and it just kicked the bucket. I used it for spreading fertilizer and rock salt in the winter. The salt is what killed it. The axle rusted from one of the connecting supports. If I didn’t use it for salt I’m sure it would have last twice as long. It spreads fertilizer nicely and quickly. Very accurate settings. Rock salt not so much. The salt is too heavy for this set up. The plastic wheels slip on snow and ice so it won’t turn the mechanism to dispense the salt. So for the money that’s $6.00 a year. I was thinking of stepping up to a bigger unit but that’s $100-$200 and according to the reviews they are only getting the same amount of years with some of the same rusting issues. 5 years comes out to $20-$40 a year? Probably not. I’m going to split the difference and try the Scotts Pro with the rubber tires at $60 and see how I make out.
Date published: 2016-12-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect size for the amount of fertilizer and pre-emergent needed for my son's yard. Perfect size for the amount of fertilizer and pre-emergent needed for my son's yard.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Edgeguard=Bad spreading all the time The edgeguard feature gets in the way of normal spreading. Instead of a throwing a nice arc of fertilizer forward that is the same left to right, the right side of spreading gets clipped off by the retracted edgeguard. Why is this an issue? because you have to make a conscious effort to think about your don't get the same distance to the left and right of the machine for coverage. When you put the edgeguard in action, it does restrict spread to the right, but when retracted it is just design very poorly so it does not get fully out of the way. Planning to crack off the edgeguard so it spreads evenly. Great example of a great idea executed poorly. Too cute x2.
Date published: 2016-09-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The plastic spindal that is responsible for turning the spreader paddle breaks/snaps at the least... The plastic spindal that is responsible for turning the spreader paddle breaks/snaps at the least pressure. The cable for opening the hopper is poorly adjusted and the mechanism is plastic that goes through the body to open and close the hopper door breaks in half at any tension. This was a very poor buy for us and we bought 6 of them. This item is definately not worth the money or the time it took to produce it. Strategic working/moving parts cannot be made of a brittle plastic that snaps at any type of stress. We will not be purchasing this product nor will be recommend it.
Date published: 2017-01-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Poor instructions I look up my spreader on your site, find it, then select to learn the settings. It asks me to enter the bar code...stupid. it can't find it, but the numbers are correct, so I get no instructions. I don't use only Scotts products. So it's annoying there's no industry standard for settings...and companys customize settings only for their products. It may make sense if I could load instructions. It's ridiculous that I have to enter a Barcode when I've already selected the exact model I have...and I still can't get instructions.
Date published: 2016-10-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great House/Yard Warming Present I have one and use it regularly( even to spread Salt on Driveway in Winter here in Wi. ) And I buy One for Family and Friends when they get a House and yard as a House/Garage Warming present for the Man of the house..( If they need to use 15,000 Sqft Yard size, I buy that one instead, ) and a matching Bag of Scotts Weed and Feed for it! Dad's? Its a Great way to teach your Kids about Lawn Care Jobs..
Date published: 2016-03-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It spreads fertilizer. Perfection not necessary. I had an older drop spreader that got finicky with age and lack of attention. Got this one as a replacement. No assembly and operation self explanatory. Plenty big enough for average to small size yards. The edge guard is ok but not perfect. You still have to watch what you're dong to make sure it's even, but the professionals I've seen don't seem to worry about it too much so neither am I. Good value.
Date published: 2016-09-26
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