Old 02-14-2013, 09:20 PM
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Tomato Control

No weeds were available; tomatoes were grown from seed indoors, until about 5 weeks old. Four herbicides and combinations of the herbicides were compared: a three-way (3W)[Ace Hardware], Quicksilver (Q), T-Zone (TZ) and Speedzone (SZ). An untreated control was included (UTC). Mix was label rate assuming 0.25 gals per thousand sqft. Rate data is approximate, naturally. One squirt from a squirt bottle, (about 1/40th of an ounce) was applied. For combination treatments, the second herbicide was applied in the same way. A second squirt was applied, if the treatment was just a double rate of the same herbicide.
Certain combinations had to be omitted as there were not enough plants to test every combination.
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Old 02-15-2013, 12:10 AM
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I hate to blow your cool, BUT Tomatoes are very susceptible to any and all most all Pesticide including Insecticides.


it is one thing to do a off label applications. It is total stupidity to post it on the world wide web and expect people to approve.

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quicksilver , speedzone , t-zone

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