|Name||6 Gal. Insecticide Hose End Sprayer||Dial 'N Spray Hose End Sprayer||Select 'n Spray Hose End Sprayer|
|Compatible With||Fungicide,Grass Killer,Pesticide,Weed Killer||Grass Killer,Weed Killer||Chemical,Fungicide,Grass Killer,Pesticide,Weed Killer|
|Includes||Sprayer Only||Sprayer Only||Sprayer Only|
|Sprayer Features||Adjustable Spray Tip||Adjustable Spray Tip||Adjustable Spray Tip|
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3 to 5 depending on water pressure
The product video linked in the description says 5oz per gallon
Hi, yes the G385 Chapin 6 Gal. Insecticide Hose End Sprayer can be used with beneficial nematodes. However, it may cause some clogging. If we can help with any further questions, please feel free to call our Technical Customer Service Team at 800-444-3140 and they will be happy to assist you. Thank you for your question and for your business, we appreciate it.
Not sure exactly. I spray my fence line and around the exterior of my house. About 1000 sq ft. And use about a gallon on medium water pressure. Drop level Down about 3 lines
There are usually two scales on the sprayer one in ounces and one in gallons. The ounces scale is meant for you to use to fill with whatever product you're going to dispense the gallon scale is telling you whatever level you have it to in gallons that's how many gallons of water will have to pass through the sprayer before it siphons all of the liquid in the sprayer bottle. So for example if you put 4 oz of insecticide in there and then top it off with water until it reaches the 8 gallon mark those 4 oz of insecticide will be siphoned out once 8 gallons of water passes through that sprayer. Clear as mud huh.
It holds maybe a quart. Doesn't weigh much
No this would not incorporate that much concentrate in a gallon it's closer to 8 oz in 5 gallons of water.
No not a chance