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dry weight of plantex

Discussion in 'Advanced Strategies and Fertilization' started by darren_in_the_marsh, May 4, 2005.

  1. darren_in_the_marsh

    darren_in_the_marsh Junior Poster

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    how many grams of plantex is needed to acheive an iron concentration of [1.0]
    in 29g of water?

    tia, darren
     
  2. Laith

    Laith Lifetime Charter Member
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    Re: dry weight of plantex

    1.68g of Plantex CSM+B will raise the Fe concentration in 29g of water by 1 mg/l (or 1ppm).

    Check out the Fertilator at APC!
     
  3. darren_in_the_marsh

    darren_in_the_marsh Junior Poster

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    Re: dry weight of plantex

    thanks, worked great. i was using chucks calc, and thot that was people were referring too.

    anybody here keep there [Fe] above 0.1??

    i am going to raise substantially -- 0.8 to 1.0 and see what happens.


    darren
     
  4. Greg Watson

    Greg Watson Administrator
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    Re: dry weight of plantex

    I do routinely ... somewhere between 1.0 and 2.0 ... given the reliability of the Iron test kits, I don't think I know to within any degree of precision what it actually is ...

    Greg
     
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