Actually, although I really like the concentration of stuff vs time part.... it seems to be missing a key feature that is found in fertilator.
Fertilator takes in to account the interaction of potassium (K) when using KNO3, KH2PO4, and K2S04. Using the Yet Another calculator (EI), the K levels added per week are 38.29ppm. Assuming EI method's weekly water change of 50%, that sends the potassium levels to over 75ppm after only 1 month. 75ppm is found in nature, my research suggests that 20-30ppm is optimal.
Am I missing something?
Here's what I did:
I chose the following settings in YANCalc:
The Estimative Index
-- Multiply by 3 (for 3x per week), record value into fertilator.
Repeat for KH2PO4 and K2S04
Fertilator spit out:
22.5 NO3 ppm
38.29 K ppm
Then I took that number and put it back in to YANCalc's Concentration vs time calc... and I got:
Last edited by Darkblade48; 02-10-2014 at 05:49 AM.
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