Landscape Contractor / Design Build Maintain

MAY 2017

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Equipment 34 LC DBM Top Dressing Equipment Spreaders / Manual Thatch Removal Tools Core Aerators See ad on page 49 Information Request # 9240 Earth & Turf Products 888-693-2638 Earth & Turf's Model 220 is a 2-wheel ground- drive unit. It spreads a variety of materials, topdressings, infield mix, wood chips, etc. Capacity is 15 cubic feet; spread width up to 60 inches. Options include loading chute or light material sides. Adjustable wing kit permits easy spread control. See ad on page 45 Information Request # 9159 EarthWay Products, Inc. 800-294-0671 EarthWay Products engineers and manufactures high quality Lawn and Garden products used by homeowners and professionals worldwide. The Ev-N-Spred brand is recognized as the industry leader in spreading technology and quality. See ad on page 51 Information Request # 9241 JRCO Inc. 866-537-6236 The ultimate spring cleanup tool! Patented tines remove thatch without damaging healthy turfgrass. Will also remove embedded leaves and debris, surface aerate soil or rake in seed. Front- mount units attach to commercial walk-behind or riding mowers. Available in 36-, 46- or 60-inch widths. Zrator Information Request # 9393 We are pleased to announce the new walk behind model is now available! New weight ray for standard 8" cinderblocks. Tine depth 2 1/2 inches. No easier way to get through those backyard gates. 888-368-8326 Uteco, Inc. Information Request # 9392 Allowing the operator to turn left, right, forward or even in reverse without raising the tines out of the ground for non-stop aeration, Zrator is the only steerable front mount true core plug aerator. Model ZRE-WKR comes standard with a two pin mounting system & electric lift for ease of transport. 888-368-8326

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