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What Are The Units In The Solubility Warnings?

Discussion in 'Rotala Butterfly Support & Feedback Forum' started by Patrick Lynch, Dec 2, 2020.

  1. Patrick Lynch

    Patrick Lynch New Member

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    I'm trying to figure out what is the maximum amount of a dry ingredient for a given dosage when making liquid fertilizer (e.g. MgSO4 for 5 ml dose). Or conversely, If I want to use the EI daily dosing for MgSO4 in a 500 ml bottle what does the dosing size need to be to have the contents soluble? These can be estimated by iterative approximations, but would be useful dry components that are not soluble at input given dosages.
     
  2. Zeus

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    We have just released a new 'fert calculator over at UKAPS which reports all the solubility warnings when making DIY ferts so you don't exceed the solubility limits in your fert regime you have to suit your tank, once setup it it makes the whole process of DIY ferts much easier IMO
     
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