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Mar 08, 2016 - 08:39 AM

The way that this works is to apply ounces per 1,000 square feet. It doesn't matter how much water, as long as you apply the amount of ounces. For example, the label calls for 6.9 oz per 1,000 square feet as a general rule. That is also the highest rate allowed on the label.

So basically, you would determine how many gallons of water you want to apply per 1,000 square feet, and mix in 6.9 oz of Dylox. The reason that they do this is because some applicators will use a backpack sprayer and only want to use 4 gallons, others will use a hydraulic truck mount and use 10 gallons (to really soak it in). 1,000 square feet is 100 feet long by 10 feet wide. Most lawns are 4,000 - 5,000 square feet. Measure the lawn and then determine how many square feet. Then decide how many oz of Dylox you need.

It's really very easy to do this. Just work on each 1,000 square foot section at at time, and make sure you put down 6.9 oz or basically 7 oz per 1,000 square feet. Hope this makes sense.

Ron

So basically, you would determine how many gallons of water you want to apply per 1,000 square feet, and mix in 6.9 oz of Dylox. The reason that they do this is because some applicators will use a backpack sprayer and only want to use 4 gallons, others will use a hydraulic truck mount and use 10 gallons (to really soak it in). 1,000 square feet is 100 feet long by 10 feet wide. Most lawns are 4,000 - 5,000 square feet. Measure the lawn and then determine how many square feet. Then decide how many oz of Dylox you need.

It's really very easy to do this. Just work on each 1,000 square foot section at at time, and make sure you put down 6.9 oz or basically 7 oz per 1,000 square feet. Hope this makes sense.

Ron

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