Been awhile since I sprayed roundup. Going on memory I want to say a good strong recipe would be 6 ounces of Roundup per 1 gallon of water? What do you all think of that racial? Feedback is appreciated. Thanks
If I remember right I used to do 2% as well. Would that be considered 6 ounces per gallon?All I will suggest is read the label. It's all going to depend on what you are trying to kill and how mature it is.
As a general rule I mix mine at 2%, but for perennial weeds or mature weeds you often need a "hotter" mix. Spot treatment tend to be listed as percentages, while spraying larger areas tend to suggest a maximum amount of chemical applied per acre. This means you can use as much or as little water as a carrier for the chemical as long as you disperse it evenly over that acre area.
It's just general weeds and grasses. It hasn't been planted or killed for years. There's some berry briers but I'm not going to worry about those where they're thick I'm going to leave them and where the thin I'll kill and disc through them3 ounces per gallon would be a strong recipe. Normally 2 ounces would be good enough. Are you using a hand sprayer or an atv type sprayer? What are you trying to kill?
Grass can be killed at 1 ounce/gallon in a hand pump sprayer.