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PestPro IV Battery Backpack is just like the PestPro Backpack 4 gallon, but has a convenient battery so you don't have to pump the sprayer. It has broad spray pattern with an even application. The Pestpro IV Battery Backpack Sprayer has a brass wand and brass shut off and a sturdy stainless steel frame. It has a heavy duty hose and check valve to eliminate any dripping.Learn More
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This professional spreader by Chapin has a 80 lb capacity hopper with edge control. Chapin's Professional Spreaders are well designed and sturdy enough for the landscape professional with all the features needed.Learn More
B&G Bulb Dust-R M1150 by B&G equipment is a heavy duty bulb duster that hold 1 cup of dust or granules. This duster by B&G Equipment is very versatile with it's plastic extension tubes and belt-clip.Learn More
The B&G Bulb Dust-R M1150 comes with plastic extension tubes that provide safe crack-and-crevice application around electrical outlets, and one extension can be used as a siphon tube in the bulb when applying granules. The bulb is made of natural rubber for maximum flexibility and long life along with featuring a "No Gasket" seal.
This hand crank spreader has a 1.6 liter/.3 gallon capacity with an easy crank design. It can be used for a variety of uses such as granular fertilizers, granular pesticides, granular ice-melt, salt and seed. This Chapin Hand Spreader is durable and lightweight. It has a hopper, thumb gate adjustment, trigger gate control and the gears are enclosed.
Even though the manufacturer says that this spreader would work on all granulated products, we have found some problems with some sand based granules that get caught up in the gear box. We normally suggest granule baits in this spreader. The granule baits are larger. For the sand base we would suggest the chest spreader.Learn More
$33.95 As low as: $30.50
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Chapin SureSpread Bag Spreader # 84700A has an adjustable shoulder strap with a 25 lb capacity water resistant bag. Use it for granular fertilizers, granular pesticides or seed. This spreader is handy where push, broadcast or push spreaders for hard to reach areas. The enclosed gearbox will keep debris and excess material away from the gears. This useful feature helps to keep the spreader in top condition.
May be used around homes, gardens, farms, turf and landscape areas.Learn More
Starting at: $44.50
This garden duster is easy to use with insecticide or garden dusts. The Dustin Mizer Duster will dust uniformly throughout an attic or crawl space, propelling dust 20-30 feet. Dustin Mizer may be used to dust plants and shrubs too.Learn More
Chapin 8700A Chest-Mounted Spreader is handy to spread fertilizer and seed where other spreaders are difficult to manage. The hopper will hold up to 680 cubic inches and spread up to 35 lbs of seed or fertilizer. Mounted on the chest, it will spread where ever you can walk. It has an enclosed hopper to keep the seed and fertilizer dry. It has a gate adjustment to control the direction of the spread and a side baffle to control the spread width. The trigger controls the gate opening size in order to accommodate a variety of materials.
$39.15 As low as: $37.35
Gordon's Spred-Rite G Spreader is a gravity-flow granular spreader for precise application of granulated herbicides and insecticides. It is very handy to target application around shrubs, trees, poles, edging with its adjustable band from 2 inches to 3 feet.Learn More
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- Bellow Bulb Hand Duster is a perfect duster for small dusting applications. This bellow duster has a spring that is compressed in order to release the dust.
- This duster will hold between 4 oz to 8 oz of dry dust. It would depend on the dry weight of the dust.
- Has a rod for easy cleaning.
- Can be held upright, or inverted for better dust dispersion.
- Fill the bellow duster half way with a dust such as CimeXa Dust, D Fense Dust, Delta Dust , Drione Dust or other dusts.
- When you squeeze the duster, the dust will come out of the end tip.This will allow you to inject dust into places like wall voids, light switch plates, and crack and crevices or any other places insects like to hide.