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So there is my recipe, for a 10% solution mix 1 lb of powder to 1 gallon of water and you have a Timbor solution, suitable for green wood. Add 1 gallon of antifreeze per 5 gallons and you have Bora-care for dry wood. That concentration is stable down to below 40 degrees. 1.5 lbs/gal is a 15% solution, use immediately, it will begin to make rock candy on the surface of the bucket pretty quickly depending on temperature. Thoroughly rinse any spray equipment if you apply that way, it will clog if left.I don't typically treat pine here, nothing wrong with doing it, I just don't see that much beetle damage to pine locally, they hit many of our hardwoods hard.
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