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Measuring Potassium

Discussion in 'Are you new to aquatic plants? Start here' started by jackpot21n, Jan 13, 2009.

  1. jackpot21n

    jackpot21n Junior Poster

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    How can you measure potassium in ppm.? Is there such a thing as a test kit that will measure potassium? I have not found one. How do we know there is enough potassium in our dosing?
     
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    aaronnorth Prolific Poster

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    You can get potassium test kits, however the accuracy has to be questioned.

    I just watch the plants growth, if i see K defficiencies (pinhole/ burnt holes in the leaves) then I dose more
     
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