I use a hose end sprayer to apply liquid iron. Just like any other sprayer, it needs to be calibrated. In my case, I've found that I can consistently spray 1000 sq. ft with four gallons of water. I use Blade Iron at 6 oz./K. I put that in the sprayer and fill the sprayer with water to the 16 oz. mark. I set the sprayer to 4 oz./gal. and spray the full amount to cover 1000 ft. It seems to be consistent. My front is 3000 ft and I have it divided into thirds. Every one will be different as walking speed, water pressure, etc., will all vary. Its not the amount of water that is sprayed out, it's the amount of product over a given area that is important. I don't see any way that this could be done with the ready to spray products. I also think that using a hose end sprayer with a herbicide concentrate would be do-able, but risky, and possibly not very effective. The droplet size from these sprayers is quite large giving the strong possibility of too much and damaging the grass.