Greg from Ft. Myers, Fl writes,
ficus bushes, 160 LF X 8.5 ft high. How much product will I need per LF to treat whiteflies?
For this product you would need about 25 ounces per shrub in whatever amount of water volume it takes to evenly distribute it into the root system. That being said, this is not going to be your most economical product for whitefly control. A much better option would be the Dominion 2L which is cheaper and will go further for you. You would use roughly 1.7 ounces of the Dominion 2L per shrub (thats 0.2 ounces per foot of shrub height) in the water volume necessary for even distrubution. This normally comes out to about 3-5 gallons of water per shrub to disperse the 1.7 ounces. Depending on how many individual ficus bushes you have along that 160 LF will depend on how much of the product you would need. If you are using 1.7 ounces per shrub, then the 27.5 oz bottle of Dominion 2L will allow you to treat 16 individual ficus bushes.
Answer last updated on: 11/28/2014