Land Pride's FPS48 Food Plot Seeder is a highly versatile full component package designed to open and break up soil surfaces by discing the soil for seedbed or planting preparation. It will then spread the seeds while simultaneously pressing the seeds into full soil contact with a trailing fluted roller/packer. It can also be used to spread fertilizer, lime, gypsum and other soil conditioning amendments at distances ranging from 4 ft. to 20 ft. The spin spreader can also be used in the off-season to spread sand or salt for winter icing or slick snow conditions.
The APS1548, APS1560, APS1572 & APS1586 All Purpose Seeders are excellent combination planting and cultivation tools for golf courses, school systems, municipalities, rental yards, construction companies, sports fields, and college campuses. Their narrower widths make them effective in seeding applications on residential lots, grassy medians, or rights-of-way adjacent to sidewalks, community parks, sporting facilities, and golf courses. Unlike wider seeder models, these units will do a more effective job of planting in areas where undulations, moguls, and depressions are prevalent.
48: 25-60 HP; 72: 30-60 HP
Land Pride's OS1548 & OS1572 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. Your choice of straight or curved knives slice into the ground creating slits to receive the seed. Fluted seed cups precisely meter the desired amount of seed in a broadcast pattern, delivering outstanding metering accuracy.
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. The main seedbox is equipped with our standard fluted seed cups and agitation to seed most turf type grasses, as well as a variety of other seeds from peas to alfalfa.