My Local Lesco dealer has been pushing Manage (Methyl-5 for short) here lately every time I go in there.....so I took some time to review the pamphlet and noticed the application directions in the spot treat section state the following: "Mix 0.9 grams of this product (using the measuring scoop provided) in one or two gallons of water to treat 1000 sqft." Emphasis being placed on ONE OR TWO GALLONS. Anyone have any experience with the lower rate (.9 grams per 2 gallons)? I am figuring my cost per K. Is the lower rate effective? Or have you found that .9 per gallon is more effective and thus reduces your probability of another application? Thanks Yall!