- Jan 23, 2005
Wet;76917 said:Hi Tom. Yes, it's a hard problem. It's very interesting to read and see examples of how it is at least a 15 year old problem. But I think we can resolve it with a little more elbow grease/programming. For example, let me show you the first full day of the new calculator:
What's interesting here is the relatively low bounce rate (a "bounce" is a visitor who does not click on anything -- so per these GOOG Analytics we have 75-80% of folks digging deeper and ALL folks spending an average of >10 minutes figuring out what THEY want) -- the very high average time on the calculators, and the distribution of folks all over EU.
I really do think we're close to something here with a little more adjustment. And I think that adjustment is low hanging fruit we can bang out this weekend. What do you think of the 10-1.5-8-0.2 N-P-K-Fe/traces ballpark for most tanks? Let's solve tis problem!
you will note some missing spots and low Asian usage. Mexico is also low.
South Africa, China, Japan, Singapore, which uses English.........Turkey........and very noted, Russia.
The good part is the folks digging and staying on the program, this adds value, but adding something liek a small ad, unless it's a link to a non profit, club, etc........would not be ethical I would suggest.
As far as a ratio.......that will work, but my own thoughts are more:
This is more in line with dry weight plant ratios for aquatics with a leaner range for N than the others.
So dosing this would limit N more than the others.
This is about what I do and feed fish very well.