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Old 10-19-2013, 06:49 AM
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What kind of difference in time have you noticed? I have always thought liquid would be nice for being able to add weed control to the solution and pretty we'll guarantee no breakthrough as opposed to spot liquid with granular fert. However, I would think that you would spend 1/2 the day just filling up the tank. Just curious.
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No its quick Once you know the amount of each product used. I do not blanked what is not needed. It only takes a few min to fill the tanks.
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Great pics Richard. Keep us posted in how it works.
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No its quick Once you know the amount of each product used. I do not blanked what is not needed. It only takes a few min to fill the tanks.
So you haven't switched to strictly liquid. I misunderstood. For a typical day if I switched to strictly liquid I would be filling my 20 gallon tank 15 times or so.
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So you haven't switched to strictly liquid. I misunderstood. For a typical day if I switched to strictly liquid I would be filling my 20 gallon tank 15 times or so.
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I would think so but some fert products can get sprayed at 1/3 gal per K. i have used them on my lawn and they work great but they do not fit into my program. That is another Thread all together.
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I would think so but some fert products can get sprayed at 1/3 gal per K. i have used them on my lawn and they work great but they do not fit into my program. That is another Thread all together.
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Do you mind pm or Facebook me some info on liquid feet at the low volume? What products? What turf? Etc.

I've considered wanting to attempt liquid app on rounds I normally blanket app and spread granular. Always thought you needed to apply at higher volumes and was turned off at having to fill up every 50k.
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