Product Q&A

« See More Q&A's

Philip from Fort Worth, Tx writes

What is the "oil-water" premix the Remedy Ultra Herbicide label talks about for foliar spray? Is there a ratio?

For foliar treatment, should I just use Water-Remedy? or Water + Remedy-oil "premix"?

Answer:

The mixing ratio of Remedy Ultra Herbicide is 0.16 fl oz. per gallon of water. This is the application rate for foliar treatments. Be sure not to use more than 2 quarts per acre per year.

Per the product label for Remedy Ultra Herbicide, for Low Volume Basal Bark Treatments: 
"To control susceptible woody plants...with stems less than 6 inches in diameter, mix 20 to 30 gallons of Remedy Ultra in enough oil to make 100 gallons of spray mixture. Apply with a backpack or knapsack sprayer using low pressure and a solid cone or flat fan nozzle. Spray the basal parts of brush and tree trunks to a height of 12 to 15 inches from the ground in a manner which thoroughly wets the lower stem, including the root collar area, but not to the point of runoff."
This dilution rate would break down to 25.6 to 51.2 ounces of concentrate in enough oil to make 1 gallon of finished solution.

Answer last updated on: 04/06/2020

Was this answer helpful to you? Yes No

3 of 4 people found this answer helpful.