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Victoria writes,

How do we measure the fungicide to water ratio for the Fertilome Broad Spectrum Landscape and Garden Fungicide?


When using Ferti-Lome Broad Spectrum Landscape and Garden Fungicide, the amount of water that should be mixed is dependant upon the aplication site.

For vegetable gardens you would mix the appropriate amount of Ferti-Lome Broad Spectrum Landscape and Garden Fungicide with 1 gallon of water to cover 200 squre feet.

For fruit and nut trees you would mix the indicated amount of this product into each 4 gallons of water to be used for each application, generally sufficient to treat 200 square feet.

For ornamental garden area you would apply this product at a rate of 6 teaspoons per gallon, or 8 Tablespoons (4 fluid ounces) per 4 gallons of water unless other directions are given in the tables on the Product Label. Apply enough diluted spray per acre to provide thorough coverage of all Plant parts that are intended to be protected from Disease, generally ranging from 1/3 to 3 gallons per 1,000 square feet of ornamentl area.


Answer last updated on: 04/20/2015

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