Clint from Orofino, Idaho writes
I'm using a tractor for spraying, mixing 2 oz.. per gallon.
How fast you drive when applying an herbicide like Drexel Imitator Plus will depend on the output of your sprayer and how much product you want to apply to the treatment area. So it would be better to pick your speed and do a calibration test with just water in your sprayer before adding your herbicide so that you can see how much water you use to cover the area you want to treat. Then you can add the correct amount of herbicide accordingly. Keep in mind that Drexel is a non-selective herbicide, so it will affect any plants you spray with it.
Answer last updated on: 08/01/2019