Instructions for applying Garlic Barrier:

Garlic Barrier is a strong liquid garlic concentrate that dilutes in water and is sprayed on farm crops, garden plants and ornamentals to keep insects off. It contains considerable amounts of natural sulfurs which appear to be responsible for its repellent activity. It is mixed with other liquids, usually oils, to help keep the garlic on the plant leaf until it is absorbed into the plant. Garlic Barrier also works well when sprayed in the furrow on top of the seed as it is planted, or in the furrow with seedlings. Doing this repels nematodes and other underground creatures harmful to the plants. Non-organic farmers often mix Garlic Barrier together with pesticides and other harsh chemicals thereby avoiding having to spray separately for each chemical.

Row Crops:
One gallon of Garlic Barrier mixed together with one gallon of Kelfish and then mixed with 100 gallons of water. Entire mixture should have a pH of 5.5 - 6.0 for best results. Spray this mixture over 10 - 12 acres before insects arrive. Start when plants are 4 - 6 inches and repeat every 2 weeks as needed.
Flowers & Gardens:
Same as for row crops. (see above).
If a strong infestation exists, you may increase the strength of Garlic Barrier up to 5% without harm to plants. During infestation, spray every 2 - 3 days as needed until insects are gone.
Fruit Trees:
One gallon of Garlic Barrier and 1 gallon of an approved sticker into 250 gallons of water and spray over 5 acres. Begin spraying before blossom and after blossom and after bees have left, then again in 30 days and once again only if needed.
Cotton:
Begin cotton spraying at 6-leaf stage using a mixture of 1% Garlic Barrier, 1% Kelfish and 98% water. Band spray. After 3 weeks, spray again. After 4 weeks broadcast spray and repeat every 2 - 3 weeks until insect pressure diminishes below threshold.
Greenhouses:
Make 10% Garlic solution, put in cold fogger and fog all plants weekly as needed. (If infestation already exists, make 2 quick sprayings 72 hours apart).
Alfalfa:
Mix 1 gallon of Garlic Barrier and 1 gallon of an approved oil or Kelfish into 50 gallons of water and spray over 10 acres before growing season. After each cutting, wait 1 week and repeat this spray formula.
Turf Grass:
Make a 2% Garlic Barrier and water solution (1 gallon into 50 gallons of water) and apply to turf at a rate of 10 Gallons per acre. Do not water area for one day after application.
Nematodes, Root Maggots, & Beetles:
Put Garlic Barrier and water into furrow as you plant either on top of seed or in furrow before inserting transplant. Use a 2% solution and put enough in furrow so as to dampen area.