Now I know why I shouldn't have skuipped those math classes way back.
Anyway, I got some plantex+b from Greg. (Thanks Greg).
Before I get to the question here is what I have to use:
Plantex+b, measuring spoons, a bottle of plant gro 400ml, 75gal tank.
The question is, how to get the ideal concentration of liquid so that all I have to do is to drop 1 or 2 capfull(s) (10ml) in the tank.
I am about done using the plant gro fert and will need to make my first batch.
I've read that I could make a 250ml solution by adding 1 tsp of plantex, but that would mean I would have to dose 15ml in the tank.
I dont have anything that can measure 15ml so I want to use the cap of the bottle which is the equivalent of 10ml.
One or two caps and the dosing is done.
The bottle can contain up to 400ml of liquid.
I would like to find out the quatity of liquid and amount of plantex to use knowing that liquid can be up to 400ml and that i can only measure the fert using measuring spoons that go 1tblsp,1tsp,1/2ts,etc and also have pinch/smidgen/dash spoons.