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Re: Bap 10

Hi Joe
Just to lay this to rest am I right in thinking grown hosta are treated at
And seedlings at 1000ppm?
And so 100ml of BAP10 at 3000ppm would give you  a little over 3 liters of
solution to use? (3mls gives 100ml solution??)
And finally (for now) what type of sprayer do you use for the small mix??
Tim over the pond

> From: halinar@open.org
> To: hosta-open@mallorn.com
> Subject: Re: Bap 10
> Date: 27 January 2000 02:54
> >According to my figures , 1 to 1000 ratio would work
> >as follows 1/4 teaspoon to 5 cups minus 3 tablespoons
> >and 1 teaspoon. Someone check this, please.
> That is mixing up a LOT of diluted working solution.  The concentrated 
> form is stable, the diluted working solution isn't as stable.  For the 
> typical backyard gardener you will only need to mix up maybe 100 ml at 
> best, more likely less.  Just get an eye dropper and a plastic 1 oz 
> measuring container from a garden supply store (used for measuring 
> insecticides, etc), figure out how many drops it takes to fill the 
> measuring container (use one oz bathroom plastic cups if need be) and 
> then it's easy to figure out how many drops to use to get the dilution 
> you want.
> You don't want a 1 to 1,000 dilution as that is only 100 ppm.  The 
> dilution should be about 1 to 100, a 1,000ppm concentration.
> Joe Halinar
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