The Q&A Archives: Seed spreader contamination

Question: Hello, I am going to be spreading bluegrass seed and renting a spreader, is it possible to contaminate my bluegrass if the spreader was used previously for Bermuda grass?

Answer: I don't think there will be any bermuda seeds left in the spreader used by someone else but you should be able to clean it out with a garden hose before you use it, just to make sure. This will rinse out any debris that might be lurking inside. Clean it on a driveway or out in the street, not on your sidewalk or turfgrass area, just in case. Good luck with your new lawn~

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