Proven Solutions for the Turf Industry Professional
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STEEL GREEN MACHINE SG52
Feel the power and productivity of the SG52 zero-turn sprayer-spreader machine. With its dual 30-gallon spray tanks, Spyker 225-pound hydraulic-driven granular system, and high-density poly fertilizer trays, the SG52 holds up to 60 gallons of liquid and 325 pounds of granular product. Steel Green machines feature a decked out 21-horsepower engine and standard integrated 20/50 amp charging system, making them the most powerful stand-on sprayer-spreaders on the market today.
F80PD ADAPTABLE BROADCAST SPREADER
Engineered for extremely accurate application rates, easy operation, and long life, F-Series PRO models are available with your choice of stainless steel or powder-coated chassis and hopper sizes of either 80 or 130-pound capacities.
The PJH has a heavy duty internal brass piston pump, fitted with dual Viton piston cups, accurate tank measurements, locking handle and wand storage, convenient molded-in top carry handle and extra large padded adjustable shoulder straps.
WHAT OUR CUSTOMER’S ARE SAYING
Planet Turf is always looking for ways to help the superintendent. They are proactive and innovative. I know they have my best interest at heart.
I have used many Planet Turf products, and the results are excellent. The product quality, ease of mixing, sales staff knowledge, and turf response are some of the reasons I do business with Planet Turf.
I have used a number of Planet Turf products and they have performed very well.
Planet Turf has helped Huntsman Springs achieve a high level of turfgrass quality and continues to be an important partner…
PLANET TURF NEWS
“Justin’s experience and education give him the skills and knowledge needed to serve our customers at the highest level.”read more
IMPROVING UPON TRADITIONAL FERTILIZER Fertilizer recommendations for turfgrass are often based on soil tests that report the theoretical availability of about 16 elements traditionally considered essential for plant growth. The historical basis for what is considered...read more