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How much Xonerate do I use to mix 3 gallons for spraying Poa Annua. The product is 70% active ingredient

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My reference book says 3.78 liters equals one gallon. 3 gallons would be 11.34 liters. 11.34 X 6.66=75.52 oz of concentrate. That is 4.72 pints. A dictionary will have conversion charts.

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sound like the inside suction hose is loose or not fitting correctly. i had a similar problem and wrapped some duct tape around the tube then snugly fit it inside the cap. no outside air suction and it works fine. i've had mine going on 15 years and use it constantly.

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You may have a bad heating element. If this is the case it will be hard to find that part.

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There should be a small lever on the base in front of and below the bowl. It will move to 2 positions. It sounds like you have it set for the small bowl but are using the large bowl. Press down on the lever and move it to the other side. If I'm right, that should correct the problem.

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Short answer: something is worn/broken inside the mixer's transmission.

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Since none of the three gears operate, the problem is most likely on either the worm gear shaft (probably the brass worm gear itself) or the "transmission shaft" (ironic name as all three shafts could be called transmission shafts). If you're up to the task of disassembling the transmission, which is a very messy task, you'd probably find the problem on one of the two smaller shafts inside the transmission. You'll most likely find either a broken key or worn brass worm gear. Both of these items may have enough holding strength to operate under very light loads (such as an empty bowl) but slip once a load is presented.
Also check the planetary key. Remove the planetary by removing two nuts on the underside of the transmission, where the attachments attach (careful, as the whole thing will drop once the second, thin nut is removed). You will find a long key on the shaft (or in the planetary gear, whichever one it sticks to). Make sure it's not broken, and re-attach the planetary.

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What setting do I use on my ortho dial and spray for fertilizing plants and vegetables outdoors? Thanks

If you are using Miracle-Gro Water Soluable All Purpose Plant Food in the Ortho Dial N Spray Hose End Sprayer, follow the directions below :

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  • The sprayer can make up to 8 gallons of spray. Add the correct amount of product to the jar for number of gallons you wish to make. (Example - The dilution rate is 1 tablespoon per gallon, and you want to make 8 gallons, put 8 tablespoons of Miracle-Gro Plant Food in the jar.)
  • Multipy 4 by the number of gallons you are making and fill to that oz line (Example - If you are making 8 gallons, 4x8=32 so fill to the 32 oz mark with water).
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  • Spray until the jar is empty.When it is empty, you have sprayed 8 gallons of product.
If you any questions or if you are using another product, please give us a call at 800-225-2883, and we will be happy to figure out a setting for you!

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How much round up PRO do you mix per gallon of water

It depends on the amount of active ingredient you need to kill the plants in your property. The rate is dependent on the size of the plants. For a final concentration of 1/2% (plants under 6" in height - do not mow them short the day before spraying), you need 2/3 oz of Roundup Pro (not the Roundup Pro Concentrate). However, if your area has perennials that are larger (stressed or 1-2 feet tall), you might need 2% Roundup, and then you need 2 and 2/3 oz of Roundup Pro.

Please read the label for your product and identify the plants in your location to get the appropriate rate.

Many Monsanto product labels are available as PDFs here: .

Do not mow or disturb the plants for three days after spraying. You may need to apply the Roundup in 7 days to get any plants that you missed (or weren't affected by the first dose). Wait another 3 days after the second application before planting in the area.

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How much roundup do i put in 3 liters of water

Round up is currently offered in a few variations. If you have the "Spray and GO" or the "Spray and Go" refill product do not add water. The ratio is already correct. Likewise for the "Redy-to-Use Plus", do not add water.
If you have the "Weed and Grass Killer Concentrate Plus", the ratio is 3oz/gallon water. 3 liters of water=0.79 gallons so use 2.4 oz of this type of Round Up.
If you have the "Weed and Grass Killer Super Concentrate", the ratio is 1.5oz/gallon water so you would use 1.2 oz of product mixed into 3 liters of water.
If you have a different product and just need to work out the conversion from gallons to liters, 1 gallon=3.78 liters.
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Using Ortho weed and crabgrass concentrate... what setting do i use on my Ortho hose end sprayer

Here is what they say at their site:

{ ...
How do I use the Ortho Dial 'N Spray Multi-Use Hose-End Sprayer?
Pour product into jar, and set dial to amount indicated on product label and begin spraying. This sprayer siphons product and mixes while spraying; it does not mix inside the sprayer.
... }

Which means it is not determined by Scotts, but by the product you want to disperse with the Dial N Spray.

And here is an exact description of the settings:

{ ... There are 14 settings in all and they range from 1 teaspoon per gallon up to 8 ounces per gallon. You will find the dial at the on the top of the sprayer. ... }

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How much roundup to 5L of water so I can spray

If you're using pro-roundup or agriculture level roundup mix 1 Cup of roundup to 5 gallons of water. This will give you a mixture between 1% and 2% which will kill most undesirables and anything else that picks up the spray.

Jan 21, 2010 | Roundup "" Weed & Grass Killer

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I have the cocentrated roundup, how much per gallon of water for killing simple weeds

3 oz per gallon if the active ingredient Glyphosate-(says on front label) is 18% which is what most rounup is unless you get the super conc,etc...-----What I would do if i were yoiu is go to wal mart and buy their brand-ELIMINATOR-it has Glyphosate at 41%-same exact thing and cheaper.Use 2 oz/gallon water for great results.Buy the 16 0z bottle for about $8.00,that will make 8 gallons which will last a homeowner a long long time-probably 3-6 months.---rounup at 3 oz/gallon will work well also if youve already got it.Only spray what you want to kill.try not to miss! Weeds will start yellowing in about 3-5 days and then gradually die back at about 7-10'll need a few hours of no rain or watering to wash it off.Good luck!

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How many oz is 6-2/3 oz

My reference book says 3.78 liters equals one gallon. 3 gallons would be 11.34 liters. 11.34 X 6.66=75.52 oz of concentrate. That is 4.72 pints. A dictionary will have conversion charts.

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Instructions for using ortho tree sprayette

The Ortho Tree and Shrub Sprayette has a fixed mixing jet set to a 24:1 ratio. 5.3 ounces of spray concentrate in the jar will mix to produce 1 gallon of diluted spray. The jar has a capacity of 42.7 ounces, so you can spray up to 8 gallons with 1 filling. If you look at the side of the jar, you will see two filling scales. On the left is the diluted spray capacity, and on the right is the concentrate scale. So you will see 8 gallons opposite 32 ounces, for instance.

You must dilute concentrates to the 24:1 mixing concentration. So if your concentrate says 1 ounce/gallon, and you want to spray 6 gallons, put in 6 ounces and add water to the jar to the 32 ounce level.

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