Sounds a bit crazy. Unless the ingredients are obviously incompatible I would just divide by 7 for S7 and 30 for the others and dose daily...
N 2.66% , P 0.46%, K 9.21%, Mg 0.7%, S 0.80%, B 0.015%, Cu 0.00%, Fe 0.13%, Mn 0.036%, Mo 0.00%, Zn 0.072%
Potassium Nitrate, Potassium Phosphate, Magnesium Sulfate, EDTA Iron, Disodium Manganese EDTA, Disodium Magnesium EDTA, Diammonium Copper EDTA, Boric Acid, Sodium Molybdate.
Very slow release. The fossil record is <"comprised of a lot of teeth"> and often not a lot else.Would be a great slow release Ca2+ source.
Equally <"potentially eternal in hard water">.I suppose bit of Coral would be similar.
Sure, they ship with 1ml pumps. So one pump should just be 1ml.
And Liberia? Just making sure where the hits will be coming from.LOL. Myanmar and Alaska are unlikely to complain.
I never liked the imperial army.
so don't blame me
Britain after brexitHope you all understand, and if you don't then I have 3 names for you: USA, Liberia and Mynamar. That is the lonely band of brothers officially using the imperial system on this planet. All others have adopted the metric system. Time to switch maybe?
One request/suggestion for next release (you may have already included it) is to have the option of metric teaspoon measurements?
I've been mixing working on the principle that a teaspoon is approximately 5g of whatever compound. Turns out I was very wrong on this!
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