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Interpreting water reports

Discussion in 'Advanced Strategies and Fertilization' started by quenton, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. quenton

    quenton Guru Class Expert

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    I have a water report from our city (Toronto). However, everything is shown as mg/L.

    How do I go about converting that to ppm. If it was water (as the ingredient) they should be the same, since 1g of water == 1cc or 1ml of water -- hey I remember something from high-school :gw

    But its not water. I know that it will differ for each chemical, is there a table somewhere???
     
  2. davej

    davej Junior Poster

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    Re: Interpreting water reports

    Actualy it is dead easy.

    1 mg/L = 1 ppm

    Pretty straight forward huh?
     
  3. quenton

    quenton Guru Class Expert

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    Re: Interpreting water reports

    Nothing in life is that easy :p

    Maybe its only that way in Canada :D (but then that would be ok too!).

    Thanks -- so I can just carry on as I have been ;)
     
  4. VaughnH

    VaughnH Lifetime Charter Member
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    Re: Interpreting water reports

    Doesn't a Canadian mg only equal about .75 US mg? Or is that liters? :D
     
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