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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by Laidback03, Sep 26, 2007.
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Could be a little nicer for someone thats wants help?
it not labeled for residential use.
I gave the man credit for being able to read. If he reads the first two sentences printed in bold on the label, then he will see it is not legal for him to use it. Would you rather I call him a jerk?
Ric, not you him I don't think anyone minds helping someone
but he could explain a little better want he would like but, if
that's the way he want's it then he gets it, Read The Label.
I am wondering if it is suitable to mix razor burn ie round up pro with ronstar, and still be able to spray over ornaments? anyone can read a label, but where does it state mixing with other products?
Looks like I gave this jerk more credit than he deserved. Rontar is not legal for him to use. Yet he keeps asking if it can be mixed.
Reading a label and understanding it, Appear to be two different things in your case.
Well it is certainly legal on a commercial property. We cannot assume that it was his intent to use for residential.
It works well when establishing new sod, but that does not sound like your situation. Plus, Ronstar G is a granular product.
If you want to spray preemergent in beds, try Gallery.