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Old 08-24-2014, 07:16 PM
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Originally Posted by Tri-City Outdoors View Post
For ligustrum we have used the 2oz/gallon.

However we wet the entire plant until the point of drip and then go back over again once it is dry. The 2nd application is focused on the top of the plant. On hot days and/or a heavy 2nd app. we have seen some burn. The next go around we are going to try the 2nd application in a few weeks after the 1st to see if that give us the control with out the burn.
That is what I was wondering about. The burn potential. I am interested to see how your second application a few weeks apart holds. That is what we have tried after using 2oz on viburnum and not getting the stiffer hold we we went to the three oz per app. Interested in seeing if you have the same result with the 2 oz apps overlapping more.
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Old 09-13-2014, 11:46 AM
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I stuck to the 2oz rate all season. Always sprayed post cutting. Great results, maybe just heavier handed. One more app this month and hoping to be good until December.
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