Dibasic and monobasic potassium phosphate for EI

Soggy

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I can only find dibasic potassium phosphate where i live. Can I use this instead of the monobasic one?

Are the dosages more or less similar for phosphate? :confused:
 

VaughnH

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Dibasic is 55% phosphate, mono basic is 70% phosphate. To dose the same amount of phosphate using dibasic you would dose about 1/4 more (27% more). But, the dosage is just an approximation anyway, so dosing the same as for mono basic would work fine.