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Liquids are not something you can just put down and expect miracles its Magic but not a miracle worker.You need to crawl before u walk sort of speak.if you already use liquids i apologize but if not and ill assume you do not heres the skinny.1st you must know the ground temp not air temp and you must know the humidity level as these 2 play a major roll in your success in liquid spraying.To answer your question straight liquid does it work? Yes it does and it works very well but the conditions have to warrant its use.If you start using liquids choose a small area to test its results in and play around with it before you commit to it.Remember when it comes to liquid applications more is not always good in fact it can get you in to trouble.I am not putting liquids down by any means i am a Magic distributor its just that there is a learning curve here and if you are not trained correctly you can get very frustrated or worse in trouble pretty quick if you are not careful
 
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