## Equivalents for Spraying

Equivalent Measures for Spraying

Useful equivalents for spraying with Three Different Volumes of Diluent:

100 gallons           10 gallons            1 gallon

4 ounces (118 ml)           2 tsp (12 ml)               1/4 tsp (1.2 ml)

8 ounces (238 ml)              4 tsp (24 ml0                  1/2 tsp (2.4 ml)

1 pint (472 ml)                  8 tsp (48 ml)                   1 tsp   (4.8 ml)

1 quart (950 ml)                16 tsp (96 ml)                  2 tsp  (9.6 ml)

Also:

1 tablespoon = 3 teaspoons (tsp)

1 ounce  = 2 tablespoons

8 ounces  = 1 cup

16 ounces = 1 pint

32 ounces = 1 quart

4 quarts = 1 gallon = 128 ounces = 3,800 ml

29.6 ml = 1 ounce

475 ml = 1 pint

950 ml = 1 quart

3,800 ml = 1 gallon

1,000 ml = 1 liter

To calculate the volume of a container:

Cylinder: 3.14 x radius squared x height = volume

Diameter = Circumference  divided by 2

“Spray Solution Percentage” (How much is a given percentage of a liquid with various diluent volumes?)

(Ounces/oz x 29.6 = ml)

Total Volume   0.5%    1.0%     2.0%       5.0%

1 gallon      .65 oz       1.3 oz     2.6 oz       6.4 oz

2 gallon      1.3 oz       2.8 oz     5.2 oz      12.8 oz

5 gallon      3.2 oz       6.4 oz    12.8 oz        32 oz

10 gallon    6.4 oz      12.8 oz    25.6 oz       64 oz

25 gallon     16 oz         32 oz      64 oz       160 oz

50 gallon     32 oz         64 oz      1.0 gal     320 oz

100 gallon   64 oz        1.0 gal     2.0 gal     5.0 gal