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PostPosted: Thu Apr 19, 2007 12:31 pm 
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I saw no "general discussion" forum so hope this will do. Am using the Juice and the label confuses me. It says 1 oz. = 2 tbsp., however in my kitchen it's 2 "tsp" to 1 oz. I'm sure the other directions like use two(2) oz. per gallon to make ready to use foliar spray is correct but the dash after says 2 oz. for soil drench (as though perhaps that part would be different??). I want to use the product but need calarification on exactly how much to use per gallon for foliar and how much for soil drench. I don't want to under or over use the product. Thanks, guys.


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 20, 2007 7:25 am 
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Maybe you've settled this by now but just wanted you to know in MY kitchen, 2 Tablespoons = 1oz.

Happy spraying. :)

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 20, 2007 10:55 pm 
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My goof. I only had a "shot glass" in the house that had 1 ounce marked on it. Took 2 teaspoons to bring the liquid to the line. Obviously wrong. Thank you for responding.


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:lol: Did you get the shot glass from a bar? If that is what they were using to measure, they were making quite a profit on weak drinks!

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Not sure where it came from - is girlfriend's house. Years ago when I had a house, versus an apt. past many years, I always kept the little plastic cups that came with medicine and used them for measuring gardening stuff. Looks like I've been short-changing all my/her plants the past year.


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At least you are using organic fertilizers and not artificial! :)
Besides, sometimes less is more...
How are the plants doing? That is the most important thing to consider.

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