easy dosage chart request
I know this has already been discussed at length.
If part of the goal of this topic is to provide a “beginners guide to dosing” then how about this? With the beginner in mind, it seems like Seachem ferts would be ideal if they only cost the same as the dry chemicals. It sounds like pouring a capful out of the bottle is such an easy way to dose. (I have been using this method myself). Could someone here construct a dosage conversion table that would take each dry chemical and tell how many tsp, tbs, pinches, or dashes are needed per 250ml bottle of water be it tap, ro, or distilled. Then just measure out the correct amount of K2SO4, NO3 or whatever and add to the 250 ml of water. You would just need a suitable bottle much like the one Seachem makes. You would need to include the dosage per gal. Ideally a dosage that would equal about 1 capful (5ml) to 50 gal. This seems like a convenient dosage to use. Then essentially you are making your own Seachem ferts using dry chemicals. Can this be done? It can’t be done by me but maybe someone here knows how?