The real question is: Why on Earth would you need to measure nutrients dosing to within 0.01 gram? You can be off by 3 grams (a half teaspoon) and be fine as long as you err on the high side...
Yeah I dose double the recommended amount to be on the safe side and since then no algaeceg4048 said:Yes, but you can be exact as possible and still have algae, or you can be way over the top wasting nutrients and be algae free. I leave the choice to you....
Something like this should help: http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Tala-6-Measuring- ... 240%3A1318keymaker said:How do you go about the dry fert weights and how do you measure 1/16 teaspoon for example? Just approximately?
keymaker said:OK, it's over, done, the end. Will mix the nutrients tomorrow (using a regular teaspoon), all of them in different solutions to be able to adjust separately and will overdose the EI range at the beginning. Thanks!
Yeay, another EI convert. Soon we shall conquer the world!keymaker said:OK, it's over, done, the end. Will mix the nutrients tomorrow (using a regular teaspoon)
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