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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by vvcchamb, Mar 26, 2009.
This thread is kinda funny. Guy gets shot down by Rabbit. Usually its the other way around.
.75#N/k sprayed at a 2 gal/k rate did great for me. I would think you would have no problems at 1 gal/k. The lower the volume the more concentrated the solution. This makes your mix less forgiving when it comes to over or under application. Areas missed will be weak. Areas sprayed to heavily have a greater burn potential. Now add higher temps to the mix and the balancing act becomes even more fun. I would stick to the 1 gal rate at least. JMO
Good old Roger.I see Roger about every 2 weeks.He is running the Harding 465 store.They are getting ready to move to Whiteland Indiana in a few months.What is your name I will tell him you said hello.
Are mix for cool season .5#N .25#K per 1000 plus brexil multi at 2# per Acre and sometimes a broadleaf sometimes not applied at 2 gallons per K.