Originally Posted by georgialawn88
i am smart enough to read the label. your not smart enough to understand what im saying. if you have 250 gallons of water you can spray it in 1000 sq feet or you can spray it on 2 acres. its the amount of product per XXX not the gallons. i understand there is a min. gallons of water but his question was not that.
when in doubt read the label
OK! lets read the OP's statement together!
2.5 gallons of trimec 992 to 250 gallons of water. Sound about right? Midwest, (assortment of different weeds and grass types)
What that means is, The OP is going to pour 2.5 gallons of trimec into 250 gallons of water. 2.5 Gallons is 320Ounces. SO the Label says "1.1 to 1.5 Ounces per 1 Gallon of water will treat 1,000 sq ft. The Label tells you 1.1 ounces per 1 gallon of water will treat 1,000 sq ft. SO, if you break that down. that's 275 ounces per 250 gallons will treat 250,000 sq ft or 5.7 acres. Plus we all know that you walk 1,000 sq ft per minute. I mean come on. If the label says 1.1 to 1.5 fl oz/1,000 sq ft and he has a 250 gallon tank. It's pretty much simple math. The OP didn't ask what the Spray volume is? Which is .125 to 5.0 gallons/1,000 sq ft. Big difference. Get on the same page buddy No wonder this industry if full of hacks..