Solution #1
480 ML Distiled water
0.7g Ascorbic Acid
0.3g Potassium Sorbate
Add 3.569 gm of NH4Cl 53.4915 g/mol
0.5 ppm Cl
0.19 ppm N
Add 11.665677047 gm of Urea
N 1.15
NO3 5.09105
Add 2.078953227 gm of KH2PO4
K 0.126227455
P 0.1
PO4 0.30662771
Add 9.532439003 gm of K2SO4
K 0.904
S 0.370696891
Add 18.713697077 gm of MgSO4.7H2O
dGH 0.089982251
Mg 0.39
S 0.514533568
Add 2.968130026 gm of DTPA Fe (11%)
dGH 0.006928714
Fe 0.069
Add 1.419525 gm Mn EDTA 13%
Mn 0.039
Add 0.18927 gram Cu EDTA 15%
Cu 0.006
Solution #2
500 ML Distiled water
0.5g Ascorbic Acid
0.2g Potassium Sorbate
Add 0.530 gram of Na2MoO4.2H2O
Mo 0.002
Na 0.000958304
Add 2.706 gram Boric Acid (H3BO3)
B 0.004
Add 0.048 gram NiCl2*6H2O
Ni 0.0001
Add 0.0631 gram ZnEDTA 15%
Zn 0.002
Last Stage: Add 20 Ml from solution #2 to Solution #1, which will complete 500 ml solution, dose 20 ml per 50 gallon, each dose will give you the following PPM below. Solution #2 was made this way to improve accuracy as gram scale cannot measure such a low levels accurately. i would also advice to add KH2PO4 in the very end after you let the solution sit for few hours just to be safe from precipitate
Final Solution:
N 1.34 (5.93 NO3)
P 0.10 (0.30 PO4)
K 1.03
Mg 0.39
S 0.91
Zn 0.002
Mo 0.002
B 0.004
Fe 0.069
Cu 0.006
CL 0.50
Mn 0.039
Ni 0.0001
Calculation and Chmeical %:
https://www.mathpapa.com/algebraca...eAGA.0&utm_referrer=https://search.yahoo.com/
https://www.webqc.org/mmcalc.php?compound=(Na2MoO4)2H2O
for those who want to avoid using NH4CL, you can use the following recipe, all you really doing here is replacing Nh4Cl with KNO3 and KCL
Add 12.857457452 gm potassium Chloride
Cl 0.5
K 1.425050269
Add 6.489452669 gm of KNO3
K 0.53036358
N 0.19
NO3 0.841113333
N 1.34 (5.93 NO3)
P 0.10 (0.30 PO4)
K 2.98
Example of My method (do not use this recipe, this is just for read only):
Add 0.129 gram of H3BO3 to your 500 ML container. Each dose of 10 ML will raise B 0.006 ppm in your 20 gallon tank tank.
B 0.006
Add 0.033 gram of ZnSO4.7H2O to your 500 ML container. Each dose of 10 ML will raise Zn 0.002 ppm in your 20 gallon tank tank.
S 0.098087698
Zn 0.002
500/10 = 50
solution #1 50x0.129 = 6.45 gram of H3BO3
solution #2 50x0.033 = 1.65 gram of ZnSO4.7H2O
Solution #3 400ml, adjust if need to
Add 2.40 gm of DTPA Fe (11%) to your 500 ML container. Each dose of 10 ML will raise Fe 0.07 ppm in your 20 gallon tank tank.
dGH 0.007029131
Fe 0.07
Add 14.970957662 gm of MgSO4.7H2O to your 500 ML container. Each dose of 10 ML will raise Mg 0.39 ppm in your 20 gallon tank tank.
dGH 0.089982251
Mg 0.39
S 0.514533568
Solution # 3 this is the final solution, add 2.40 gram Fedtpa 11%, add 14.97 gram Mgso4, add 10 ml from solution #1 and #2, this adds up to 420 ml solution, add 80 ml Di water to fillup till 500 ml solution, now you have =
0.07 ppm Fe
0.04 ppm Mn
0.002 ppm Zn
0.006 ppm B
Please do not copy or sell this Recipe, its only for my fellow hobbiest
480 ML Distiled water
0.7g Ascorbic Acid
0.3g Potassium Sorbate
Add 3.569 gm of NH4Cl 53.4915 g/mol
0.5 ppm Cl
0.19 ppm N
Add 11.665677047 gm of Urea
N 1.15
NO3 5.09105
Add 2.078953227 gm of KH2PO4
K 0.126227455
P 0.1
PO4 0.30662771
Add 9.532439003 gm of K2SO4
K 0.904
S 0.370696891
Add 18.713697077 gm of MgSO4.7H2O
dGH 0.089982251
Mg 0.39
S 0.514533568
Add 2.968130026 gm of DTPA Fe (11%)
dGH 0.006928714
Fe 0.069
Add 1.419525 gm Mn EDTA 13%
Mn 0.039
Add 0.18927 gram Cu EDTA 15%
Cu 0.006
Solution #2
500 ML Distiled water
0.5g Ascorbic Acid
0.2g Potassium Sorbate
Add 0.530 gram of Na2MoO4.2H2O
Mo 0.002
Na 0.000958304
Add 2.706 gram Boric Acid (H3BO3)
B 0.004
Add 0.048 gram NiCl2*6H2O
Ni 0.0001
Add 0.0631 gram ZnEDTA 15%
Zn 0.002
Last Stage: Add 20 Ml from solution #2 to Solution #1, which will complete 500 ml solution, dose 20 ml per 50 gallon, each dose will give you the following PPM below. Solution #2 was made this way to improve accuracy as gram scale cannot measure such a low levels accurately. i would also advice to add KH2PO4 in the very end after you let the solution sit for few hours just to be safe from precipitate
Final Solution:
N 1.34 (5.93 NO3)
P 0.10 (0.30 PO4)
K 1.03
Mg 0.39
S 0.91
Zn 0.002
Mo 0.002
B 0.004
Fe 0.069
Cu 0.006
CL 0.50
Mn 0.039
Ni 0.0001
Calculation and Chmeical %:
https://www.mathpapa.com/algebraca...eAGA.0&utm_referrer=https://search.yahoo.com/
https://www.webqc.org/mmcalc.php?compound=(Na2MoO4)2H2O
for those who want to avoid using NH4CL, you can use the following recipe, all you really doing here is replacing Nh4Cl with KNO3 and KCL
Add 12.857457452 gm potassium Chloride
Cl 0.5
K 1.425050269
Add 6.489452669 gm of KNO3
K 0.53036358
N 0.19
NO3 0.841113333
N 1.34 (5.93 NO3)
P 0.10 (0.30 PO4)
K 2.98
Example of My method (do not use this recipe, this is just for read only):
Add 0.129 gram of H3BO3 to your 500 ML container. Each dose of 10 ML will raise B 0.006 ppm in your 20 gallon tank tank.
B 0.006
Add 0.033 gram of ZnSO4.7H2O to your 500 ML container. Each dose of 10 ML will raise Zn 0.002 ppm in your 20 gallon tank tank.
S 0.098087698
Zn 0.002
500/10 = 50
solution #1 50x0.129 = 6.45 gram of H3BO3
solution #2 50x0.033 = 1.65 gram of ZnSO4.7H2O
Solution #3 400ml, adjust if need to
Add 2.40 gm of DTPA Fe (11%) to your 500 ML container. Each dose of 10 ML will raise Fe 0.07 ppm in your 20 gallon tank tank.
dGH 0.007029131
Fe 0.07
Add 14.970957662 gm of MgSO4.7H2O to your 500 ML container. Each dose of 10 ML will raise Mg 0.39 ppm in your 20 gallon tank tank.
dGH 0.089982251
Mg 0.39
S 0.514533568
Solution # 3 this is the final solution, add 2.40 gram Fedtpa 11%, add 14.97 gram Mgso4, add 10 ml from solution #1 and #2, this adds up to 420 ml solution, add 80 ml Di water to fillup till 500 ml solution, now you have =
0.07 ppm Fe
0.04 ppm Mn
0.002 ppm Zn
0.006 ppm B
Please do not copy or sell this Recipe, its only for my fellow hobbiest
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