Pat from Layton, Utah writes,
How much Eagle 20 EW to 1 gallon of water?
20 years of Powdery Mildew in my 9 semi-dwarf apple trees is my problem I searched all over your site and could not find what I need, 0.06 oz. per gal does not help me. I need to know in Teaspoons or like 1/8 teaspoons example, or perhaps drops from a measured medicine dropper. I have used lime sulfur, micronized sulfur, Immunox, and others, with no satisfactory results, just a waste of a lot of money. I even made my own lime sulfur concentrate to keep my expenditures down. I use a 3-gal. pump-up sprayer. Any help or advice you can offer would be greatly appreciated. and thanks for the time. I would like to try Eagle 20 EW if you can suggest a mixing ratio in a teaspoons to gallon ratio. or fraction of a teaspoon. Thanks again.
You will use 1.2 fl. oz. of Eagle 2EW per 1000 square feet. This is 7.2 teaspoons. This will generally go into 1-2 gallons of water depending on how much water it takes to cover the area. When using a product like Eagle 2EW, you will need to make sure you are using the right amount of product versus the right amount of water.
Answer last updated on: 05/04/2015