I bought some insecticide to spray for grubs & bugs. I hooked up one of
those canisters to the hose and was spraying. My neighbor happened to come
over, and asked how much to do his yard and trees. I told him, for the cost
of the insecticide. I had bought Talstar, which isn't cheap.
Now, on to the good stuff. I filled the canister and did his lawn/bushes
etc. I got home, and was rinsing the canister out, and went to put away the
Talstar. I thought the balance of Talstar in the canister looked a bit
strange. Anyways, I found out why when I went to put away the Talstar. I
put Round-up in!
What can I do to dilute the Round-up I sprayed all over his lawn? I'm new
to the neighborhood, and got a feeling, I'm about to get run out of town!
You must be a troll.
Logically, this could not have happened. If you were stupid enough to do
that you would not be smart enough to connect the hose; therefore, it
Live long and prosper V
Actually, a fellow employee once started to do something similar-
of mixing up some growth-retardant for shrubbery, he took the fixings
herbicide. Someone noticed just in time before load, lock, & fire.
Not the brightest fellow in the place. So, yes, such can happen.
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