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Old 03-13-2014, 12:52 PM
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Originally Posted by phasthound View Post
Their is a simple little trick that will increase the efficacy of any systemic pesticide, add a small amount of humic acid and yo can reduce the rate of pesticide by up to 25%.

My Snake Oil Comment was pretty much addressing your same point. I just wasn't ready to write a book about it. But Basic Chemistry everyone should know is the pH Scale. Several pesticides will work better as alkaline solutions. Certainty/sledgehammer are perfect examples from alkaline herbicides. I add baking soda instead of acid to several pesticides.


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