Question regarding making fert solution
I am looking to make a solution for my wife to use when I am away. Dry ferts I have are: kno3, k2so4, kh2po4, csm+b. I will be making a separate macro and micro solution, possible two different macros if necessary.
I usually do not dose kno3 because my tank is sufficiently stocked to keep nitrates unlimiting, but according to the calculator kno3 provides almost 5ppm of the desired 7.5ppm target of potassium that I am aiming for. Now I am not looking to debate target numbers or where I want to be ppm wise. (I will determine levels I want to be at during the time of mixing, just looking for this info before I start the math) What I am asking is can I safely increase k2so4 to make up for not using kno3. I know potassium is not dangerous for fish but it is the sulfate I am worried about reaching dangerous levels. Thanks for any help.
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