[Market-farming] drop spreader

stonecirclefarm tds.net stonecirclefarm at tds.net
Fri Mar 15 21:19:33 EDT 2013


Does the Shaper drop spreader allow for different types of application
rates and handling different types of materials (in terms of granular size)?

On Fri, Mar 15, 2013 at 9:50 AM, Frank Ventura <
frank.dragonflyfarms at gmail.com> wrote:

> We use a the Shaper Brothers Drop Spreader.  Market Farm sells them.
>
> Quite expensive but when you do the math on the cost savings of organic
> fertilizer being applied to the bed and not the path it pays for itself
> quickly.
> You can block holes and get drop tubes to use it to side dress also.
>
> -Frank Ventura
> Dragonfly Farms
>
> On Mar 8, 2013, at 2:48 PM, Ryan Wood-Beauchamp wrote:
>
> > Anyone use a drop spreader?  Recommendations on what to look for/avoid?
> >
> > -Ryan Wood-Beauchamp
> > Evening Song Farm
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