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Proper mixture ratio for roundup weather max commercial grade.

Ratio of roundup per litre of water for killing weeds & grass. Commercial grade weather max roundup being used in an 8 litre hand held sprayer.

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    mixing ratio in ml to liters

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    I want to know the Ratio

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2 ounces per gallon. you can convert gallons to liters on the net.

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