Question about Scotts Miracle Gro Liquafeed Sprayer 6 Refill Combo Pack
Spray comes out but the level of the bottle never changes which would indicate to me that it is not working. I have opened two different bottles thinking there was something wrong with that one bottle...now I have two bottles and I need to know what proportions to mix in the old type miracle grow sprayer in order to feritilize by spray.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The tube that dips into the bottle is likely clogged. I think it pulls out without too much force. You can rinse water through it.
The miracle grow is very soluble in water so it should take too much rinsing before it clears.
You can also let is soak overnight.
If the tube does not come out easily, don't force it! Soak the whole thing in a 5 gallon bucket of water over night and try it in the morning.
You can also check the sprayer end of the unit. Unscrew it and rinse it well. Be careful that no gaskets/o-rings fall out. I don't think there is one there, just double check and take it apart over a table to be sure (don't unscrew it in the yard).
Posted on May 21, 2011
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Yes, you can use Miracle-Gro Water Soluable Plant Food in the Ortho Dial N Spray hose-end sprayer. Simply set the dial on the Dial N Spray to 4 ounces. The label rate for Miracle-Gro All Purpose Plant Food is 1 tablespoon per gallon of water. To make 8 gallons of finished spray, measure 8 rounded tablespoons of plant food into the Dial N Spray jar and fill the jar with water. Mix thoroughly. Set the dial at 4 ounces. When you have sprayed until jar is empty, you will have applied 8 gallons of properly diluted spray. Hilary@Scotts
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