label....sorry, see it depends on what your target weeds are, where they are ( turf, or beds ) and what type of sprayer your using. you can find copies of labels on certain web sites I never apply a product without reading the label, if I dont have a label i dont apply it.
I got in touch with my friend and he looked up the active ingredients said they are 47.3%.
He stated that he usually mixes it up 25 gallons at a time for a "pull behind" sprayer (between 2-4 pints per 25 gallons, depending on the application). So, he wasn't much help when I asked him about mixing it 1 gallon at a time.
I'm not "in the business" so that's why I came to you guys ... the professionals.
I don't want to bust your chops.:blob3: :blob3: But man you don't want to pouring out chemicals in unlabeled containers. Besides I would not be telling it in a web site. YOU DO NOT know who is looking .
If you are not in the business then why does your profile say 5 years.
If you are new to the chemicals apps and don't have a license then you need to get one unless you are spraying your own yard...
I am willing to help anyone out and have on this site before. But I won't help anyone that is not license and doing things illegal.
Just my .02 worth.
2 4-D has restrictions on how many ounces you can apply per year.
I have to agree. The label, i believe, as well as the pesticide laws of your state specifically prohibit the activity you are conducting. Never, put concentrates in a container without a label present. It is this type of activity that is giving our industry a bad name.