I need to use this for Creeping Charlie, which, I believe, is also called ground ivy. I have a 480 g dry granule amount. I have a 2 gallon sprayer, so how much is optimal for this weed? By that, I mean how much to use for the 2 gal sprayer..
And, I think from what I've read, I'll mix in a little Dawn dish soap too.
Thanks for you time.
A.D.I.O.S.™ is not a harsh chemical and therefore it needs to be differentiate from any other conventional herbicide on the market.
• Mixing: Adequate dilution rate. A concentration of
480g per 4 liters (1lb per gallon) of A.D.I.O.S.™.
Provide sufficient agitation before and during the application.
• Volume of application: A sufficient rate is essential
to trigger a systemic reaction. The minimum rate will be to the point of runoff which is 18 liters per 93m² (4½ gallon per 1000ft²).
• Uniformity of the application: Foliage and stems must be totally covered to assure optimal control.
• Timing: The earlier, the better.
TURF & LAWN WEED CONTROL
A.D.I.O.S.™ will kill most broadleaf species without hurting the grass. However, a temporary paling effect may occur, especially in period of drought stress. Apply early in the morning or late afternoon to avoid direct sunlight.
Broadleaves selective, A.D.I.O.S.™ is NOT design to control perennial grassy weeds or grasses founded in pavement cracks.
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I applied Adios as per recommendations to control Creeping Charlie. To my dismay this Spring, where ever i applied the product last season, everything is more or less dead ... :-(. What a disappointment. I've now a patch work of lawn where i didn't spray Adios and dead grass where i did. I conclude that the salt base of this product is ultimately nocif to all plant life ...Any recommendations or comments would be much appreciated. Regards, Art
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