The FSP Series rotary/spin type Broadcast Spreaders are capable of spreading seed, sand, salt, top dressings, lime, prilled/granular fertilizer, and most all other types of granular materials at delivery rates ranging from 43-890 lbs. per acre. This makes them well suited for applications on farms, golf courses, food plots, park systems, athletic fields, campuses, and smaller municipal or commercial operations. They excel at spreading sand or salt for control of ice and snow.
The precision spreading pattern and range of hopper capacities make the PFS Series well suited for applications on vineyards, orchards, farms, golf courses, park systems, athletic fields, and large campuses. They also work well for municipal or commercial application of salt and sand for snow and ice control.
Land Pride's PTS Series spin-type Broadcast Spreaders offer a pull type hitch and are ground wheel driven with simple gearbox disengagement for transport. These units are well suited for applications on farms, golf courses, food plots, park systems, athletic fields, and large campuses. They also work well for control of ice and snow in small municipal or commercial applications.
The APS15 Series All-Purpose Seeder is a 3-point, ground-driven seeder that works ideally in a prepared seedbed and for overseeding. The APS is the perfect tool for landscapers, golf courses, school systems, municipalities, rental yards, construction companies, sports fields, and college campuses.
Land Pride's Solid Stand Overseeders offer precise placement and seed-to-soil contact, making them ideal for over-seeding existing stands of grass or establishing new turf. The three way seed-to-soil contact system provides great germination and emergence with the solid advantages of a full-width seeding pattern.
The PS1572 Primary Seeder is perfect for the hometown landscaper to do lawns, community parks and areas between the curb and sidewalk. They also perform better than larger models in areas where light moguls, undulations and depressions exist and are ideal to seed most turf type grasses, as well as a variety of other seeds from peas to alfalfa.