Fall is the time to seed a lawn's bare patches and fertilize, ensuring a lusher, greener carpet come spring. The Scott Snap Spreader works with specially designed packs: Drop one in, swipe a lever to open a valve, then start pushing. There are no settings to calculate and, because the bags are sealed, no fertilizer plume from filling a spreader the old-fashioned way. [$50; scotts.com]
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