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Ecolawn Applicator introduces new top dressers, spreader
Staff Report | August 6, 2015

Ecolawn Applicator is introducing three new products for landscaping professionals. Since 1994, when landscaper Daniel Cote decided to design a self-propelled top dresser and compost spreader – the product that became the Eco 100 – Ecolawn equipment has become a common sight on landscaping jobs throughout the United States.

The popularity of the company’s Eco 100, which has long been the No. 1 seller among U.S. landscape contractors, has spread steadily during the past 20 years: It’s now sold in 25 countries around the world.

Here’s a brief look at Ecolawn Applicator’s latest spreaders and top dressers, which the company hopes will become just as common on jobsites as its flagship Eco 100:

  • Eco 50 Compost Spreader (tow-behind broadcaster)

The new Eco 50 Compost Spreader, with two-behind-wheel drive, is a unique broadcast spreader, the company says, and its controls and levers are simple and easy to access and operate. The newly designed hopper eliminates material bridging with smooth, steep sides. Its live conveyor system and agitator maintain steady material flow for consistent and even spreading. Ecolawn Applicator’s original, single-spinner broadcast system is 100-percent wheel driven and “handles compost beautifully,” the company boasts, adding that the model is light and economically priced.

The Eco 50 Compost Spreader hasa spreading width of 3-18 feet. Photo: Ecolawn

The Eco 50 Compost Spreader hasa spreading width of 3-18 feet.
Photo: Ecolawn

Features

Tow-behind broadcaster

Large single-spinner spreading mechanism

100-percent wheel driven

Polythene hopper, 11.5-cubic-foot capacity

Controls: feed flap, live bottom/agitator

Application Rates

Spreading width: 3-18 feet

Application thickness: 1/8 inch to 1/4 inch

  • Eco 75 Top Dresser (a Walker Mower attachment)

Ecolawn Applicator’s new top dresser, zero-turn attachment for Walker Mowers is like no other broadcast spreader, according to the manufacturer. The Eco 75’s controls and levers are integrated with the Walker Mower for comfort, control and accessibility. The newly designed hopper eliminates material bridging with smooth, steep sides and, like the Eco 50, its live conveyor system and agitator maintain steady material flow for consistent, even spreading.  Ecolawn’s popular dual-reverse spinner broadcast system is power takeoff (PTO) driven, so the application thickness is tied to the operator’s ground speed – a feature that is unique to the Eco 75. (Walker Mowers are built by Walker Manufacturing of Fort Collins, Colorado.)

The Eco 75 Top Dresser has a spreading width of 4-14 feet. Photo: Ecolawn

The Eco 75 Top Dresser has a spreading width of 4-14 feet.
Photo: Ecolawn

Features

Zero-turn attachment design

Even 180-degree spread with dual reverse spinner mechanism

PTO powered

Polythene hopper, 11.5 cubic-foot-capacity

Controls: feed trap, live bottom/agitator

Application Rates

Spreading width: 4-14 feet

Application thickness: 11.5 cubic feet in one spot to very fine

Products

Screened compost, pulverized soils, most pelletized products, calcite clay, crumb rubber, lime, all grades of sand and unlimited blends of all of these products.

  • Eco 250 Top Dresser

Ecolawn Applicator, based in Derby Line, Vermont, introduces a new generation of top dressers with the Eco 250. A walk-behind, self-propelled broadcast spreader, the Eco 250’s controls and levers are ergonomically designed. Like other Ecolawn products, the Eco 250 has a newly designed hopper to eliminate material bridging thanks to its smooth, steep sides. And again, the live conveyor system and agitator maintain steady material flow for even spreading.

The Eco 250 Top Dresser is lightweight, highly maneuverable and handles wide open lawns and turf areas quickly and with ease, Ecolawn promises.

The Eco 250 Top Dresser is a walk-behind, self-propelled broadcast spreader. Photo: Ecolawn

The Eco 250 Top Dresser is a walk-behind, self-propelled broadcast spreader.
Photo: Ecolawn

Features

Four-wheel design

Broadcast spreader

Even 180-degree spread with dual-reverse spinner mechanism

Powered by a 5.5-horsepower Honda GX 160 engine

Polythene hopper, 11.5-cubic-foot capacity

Controls: feed trap, throttle, live bottom/agitator and propulsion

Walk-behind self-propelled

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