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Electric Blender to Mix Ferts??

Discussion in 'Aquatic Plant Fertilization' started by skardos, Jun 20, 2015.

  1. skardos

    skardos Guest

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    I use dry ferts and 500ml dosing bottles. The instructions say to shake the bottles vigorously after adding the ferts to the water but it does not dissolve 100%. It still has some lumps and grittiness to it. Would it be okay to pour the solution into an electric blender to help with the dissolution? I can't imagine that there would be any issues with doing this, just wondering if anyone has done this?
  2. Christophe

    Christophe Subscriber
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    Nah, just mix them in a Pyrex measuring cup. You can microwave it for 30-60 sec to help dissolve it. K2SO4 is the less soluble macro, CSM+B can take a while too.
  3. soiug99

    soiug99 New Member

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