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Kirby from Montgomery writes

How much water do I use for Martin's TopShot Weed Killer?

I have a handheld pump up sprayer.

Answer:

Per ampule, Martin's TopShot Weed Killer will treat 2,500 sq ft  (50 ft X 50 ft) and 0.06 fl. oz (1.8 ml) is needed.  Handheld Pump-Up Pressure Sprayer If you prefer you may use a handheld pump-up pressure sprayer with a capacity of 1 to 3 gallons. Mixing Instructions: Remove the top of pump-up sprayer to allow filling. Squeeze the entire contents of one ampule (1.8 mL) of TopShot Weed Killer for Lawns into the sprayer container. Fill the sprayer with water to capacity. Reattach the top of the pump-up sprayer to contain the contents. Shake well before spraying. Spraying Instructions Measure off 2,500 square feet of lawn. Example: 25’ x 100’ or 50’ x 50’, approximately half the size of a basketball court. Pump up spray to manufacturer recommended pressure. Aim pump-up sprayer at lawn and spray entire 2,500 square feet of lawn. When applying, simply wet the top of the turf, and let TopShot Weed Killer for Lawns do the work. Repeat mixing and spraying instructions to treat an additional 2,500 square feet of lawn with second ampule of TopShot Weed Killer for Lawns.

Answer last updated on: 03/13/2018

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