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Old 04-17-2012, 09:35 PM
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You could use a 64 ounce plastic jar. Mark the ounces on the side. Add water. Cap it. Shake ten times. Add to tank. Add needed water.

By the way--I saw a Scotts lawn service van truck today. It had a t-3000 on a rear carrier. It was coated with a yellow powder.

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