Shake the product well. I have found it easiest to set the jug on its side and rock it back and forth to be easiest for me.
Trees – Use full strength, apply from about three or four feet high to the ground directly on the bark. (Bark only full strength). Spray accurately avoiding contact with foliage. If applied near foliage like flowers planted around a tree, wet area first, apply EnviroTree, and then rinse foliage. Full strength applications are for bark only.
I generally use a Gilmour 2 quart pump sprayer. Look for one that has a wide mouth to make filling easy.
Lawns – Using an Ortho Dial-n-Spray sprayer set on 6 or 8, apply at least one quart per 1,000 square feet on good lawns. Correcting troubled lawns or first time applications I apply a gallon or more per 1,000 square feet. Repeat four to six times a year during growing season.
Water helps move the product thru the soil. Additional watering or rainfall is beneficial to the application.
I do “hot-rod” the Ortho sprayer by removing the screen on the end of the intake tube. This allows any of the larger particles to easily pass thru. On lawns I generally go with 6 ounces per gallon rate on turf.
Flowers, and shrubs – Use the Ortho Dial-n-Spray set at 1 or 2 ounces per gallon rate. Spray both the plants and the soil. Better yet, have ET to bottom of label on Ortho sprayer add water to top diluting in sprayer and continue spraying at 6.